Category: West End

‘There is Beauty in the Darkness…’ – Mythic, A New Musical, Charing Cross Theatre, London. 14.11.2018

Once again I had a booking for a evening performance booked and with a day off on a Wednesday, I had to slip in a cheeky matinee in there! This viewing came from a recommendation from a fellow theatre friend, who had fallen in love with this musical – after going I could see why! Mythic, is a brand new… Read more →

‘Lets Talk About Brexit…’ – Little England, Museum of Comedy, London. 14.11.2018

Ian Dixon Potter always amazes me with the many stories he creates and directs, having seen three of his past productions tonight I will be viewing my fourth. What I love is all productions are different from one another, but all display a strong meaning – this one a little close to home! Based in the future in Stoke-on-Trent 2024,… Read more →

‘Would You Fight For Me?’ – Heathers the Musical, Royal Haymarket Theatre, London 08.09.2018

Having seen it at the Other Palace, I tried my best at entering the lottery each week until it closed. I would have done anything to have seen Heathers the Musical and when the announcment came that it would be transferring to the West End, it wasn’t long till my ticket for the evenings performance in its first week at… Read more →

‘I Like to Move it Move it!!…’ Madagascar the Musical, Churchill Theatre, Bromley 25.09.2018.

My first ever viewing was that of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, which led to a love for everything theatre! Tonight’s viewing I am sure, has led to many youths felt the same! Madagascar the Musical has currently been stalking in the theatres in its first UK tour, based on the 2005 DreamWorks animated film of the same name… Read more →