★★★★| Falsettos A dysfunctional Jewish family is at the heart of the new show Falsettos. Now playing at The Other Place theatre near Victoria Station, Falsettos is a funny, toe-tapping, well-acted and sung musical set[…]
★★★ | Rouge The final headline act the 2019 Underbelly Festival Southbank is the Australian circus cabaret act Rouge. The award-winning group is in a long line of acts that have played at the famous Southbank venue,[…]
★★★ | The Girl On The Train – National Tour / Birmingham Based on the best selling book by Paula Hawkins, The Girl On The Train stars Samantha Womack (Eastenders) as Rachel Watson, a troubled[…]
★★★★★ | The Hunchback of Notre Dame Covent Garden is now Paris in 1831. Well, it is for 150 minutes when St. Paul’s Church in the heart of Covent Garden plays, to great effect, Notre[…]
★★★★ | Evita, London One of the biggest, best and most well-known of shows has made another return to London. Evita, which has been around since 1978, tells the story of Eva Peron (a/k/a Evita)[…]
★★★★ | Avenue Q, National Tour Fresh out of college, looking for somewhere to live and clutching his useless degree, Princeton arrives on Avenue Q, where he meets affable (if lazy) Nicky, his closeted gay[…]
★★★★ | Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show The life of Jean Paul Gaultier is told in very unique style at the Southbank in a show appropriately called Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show. And[…]
★★★★★| The View Upstairs If you plan to see any show this summer, make sure it is The View Upstairs. The View Upstairs is a musical that’s full of very talented actors and singers; it’s[…]
Perhaps it’s one for hardcore Williams, Owens, or Breaking Bad fans.
★★★ | The Girl On The Train – Duke Of York’s Theatre Based on the best selling book by Paula Hawkins, The Girl On The Train stars Samantha Womack (Eastenders) as Rachel Watson, a troubled[…]
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (written by a very young Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice) is lively and fun and should continue to bring this to audiences to come, probably for the next 49 years.