Category: West End

‘Be Our Guest…’ Beauty and the Beast, London Palladium, London. 28.06.2022

Guest Rose Reviewer was back in London to catch the magical productions of Beauty and the Beast: Not to exaggerate massively, but I almost died of excitement when they announced Beauty and theBeast the Musical was coming to the London Palladium. Missing it was not an option. So, I enlistedsome of my oldest and dearest friends (we grew up watching… Read more →

‘Practically Perfect in Everyway’ Mary Poppins, Prince Edward Theatre, London 30.10.2021

It was back to the West End and after 3 rebooking’s – thanks Covid, I was finally going to see Mary Poppins! Finalizing also my third installment of my Disney return to West End! When Jane and Michael, children of the wealthy and uptight Banks family, are faced with the prospect of a new nanny, they are wonderfully surprised by… Read more →

‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight…’ The Lion King, Lyceum Theatre, London 14.10.2021

It appears that my return to West End this year, has a slight theme…Disney. After seeing Frozen, my good friend has always wanted to see The Lion King and by chance it was TodayTix’s London theatre week which meant amazing seats at amazing prices! So my next theatre trip was booked with a click! The Lion King is the Disney… Read more →

‘Love is an Open Door’ – Frozen, Theatre Royal, 29.09.2021

The day before my 32nd Birthday and after 2 rebooking’s because of Covid, my return back to West End was both exciting and emotional. Having not stepped on London soil for 19 months I was BACK and finally seeing Disney’s brand new musical Frozen! Frozen is the much loved Disney classic winter spectacular stage adaptation of the 2013 film. The… Read more →

‘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 →