Author: Katie

‘And Still I Dream He’ll Come to Me…’ Les Misérables in Concert, Gielgud Theatre, London. 24.08.2019

The theatre world held its breath when news that the Queen’s Theatre would be undergoing renovation, unsure as to what fate this would lead for the longest running musical Les Misérables. Lucky for us Sondheim had thought of this and announced that the production would be moving next door and will take form of a musical concert – similar to… Read more →

‘Everybody’s Talking About the Boy in the Dress…’ Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Venue Day), Apollo Theatre, London, 16.10.2019

I was so happy to have been invited by the Marlowe Theatre to join them in attending the Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Venue Day. Not only was it a chance to catch this beautiful uplifting musical but meet the Jamie and Margaret Campbell, Nica Burns (Producer), Dan Gillespie (Composer of ETAJ) and the cast of the current West End Show,… Read more →

‘Summer Heat, Boy and Girl Meet But, uh oh, Those Summer Nights!’ Grease, Churchill Theatre, Bromley, 09.11.2019

It was back to the Churchill for tonight’s press night of the current 2019 UK tour of Grease the Musical. The last time that I had viewed this production was 2017, which sadly didn’t meet expectations so I was looking forward to seeing what this current production had in store! Grease is the 50s musical classic, it tells the tale of… Read more →

‘There’s a Light…Over at the Frankenstein’s Place…’ – The Rocky Horror Show, Orchard Theatre, 23.09.2019

The Rocky Horror Show is a musical comedy with music, lyrics and book written by the mastermind of Richard O’Brien. It tells the story of a newly engaged couple Brad and Janet, who get caught in a storm and end up coming to the home of a mad transvestite scientist, Dr Frank-N-further. When taking in they witness the unveiling of… Read more →

Matthew Bourne’s Romeo & Juliet – The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury. 18.09.2019

Last night was my first time at The Marlowe Theatre and i am delighted to now be a fellow blogger/reviewer at this beautiful venue! For my first press night, I was in for something new Matthew Bourne’s Romeo & Juliet When you think of Shakespeare’s classic love story, many would think of the traditional english or maybe Baz Luhrmann’s 1996… Read more →

‘It’s my Duty to Ask Questions…’ – An Inspector Calls, Churchill Theatre, Bromley. 11.09.2019

A well welcomed two show week, with my second viewing being back at the Churchill Theatre for tonight’s opening night of the multi-award winning  National Theatre’s Landmark production of An Inspector Calls.  The play takes on a single night in April 1912, focusing on a prosperous upper middle-class family the Birling’s, who live in a fancy home in the town… Read more →

‘Oh, You Can Colour My World with Sunshine Yellow Each Day!’ Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical, Orchard Theatre, Dartford. 10.09.2019

After a quiet summer, I was looking forward to heading back to the Orchard theatre especially as it has just completed its brand new refurbishment – which I can say is excellent, slick, and with comfy new seats whats not to like? I was very much looking forward to tonights viewing, being a huge fan of drag I was not… Read more →