Category: Off-West End

‘And, All That Jazz…’ Chicago, Churchill Theatre, Bromley 22.11.2021

Last night it was back to the Churchill Theatre in Bromley for the opening night of Chicago. Within the roaring 1920s of Jazz and Liqueur Chicago, unknown chorus girl Roxie Hart is up for murdering her lover. Wishing to avoid prison and a guilty result, she manages to hire the go to leading criminal lawyer Billy Flynn who is renowned… Read more →

‘Dammit Theatre…Ive Missed you!’ – Rocky Horror Show, Orchard Theatre, Dartford 31.08.2021

After 531 days, the Orchard Theatre has finally opened its doors to the public following the Pandemic which shut down many theatres. It was also the first theatre show I was seeing since February last year, to say I was excited was an understatement as i have missed the thing that I adore and allows me to escape. Tonights show… Read more →

‘He’s a Fine, Fine Horse…” – War Horse, Troubadour Theatre, Wembley, London 10.11.2019

On Remembrance Sunday, the day we remember those who had fallen in their fight for their country I was delighted to have been invited to collect on behalf of the Royal British Legion at the matinee performance of the lastest production of the National Theatre’s War Horse at the Troubadour Theatre, Wembley. It was a perfect way to celebrate a… Read more →