Month: March 2016

“The thing about a saviour is you never know where to look. Might just be the place you saw the devil before.” Hand to God, Vaudeville Theatre, London 24.03.2016

The first play of 2016, and boy did I choose a good one to start off with. My friend Jess put out a group message to see who would be interested in purchasing tickets having found a deal on LoveTheatre website for £30 tickets, it didn’t take me long to take up the offer, and also put forward Graham too!… Read more →

‘And Suddenly I’m Flying, Flying Like a Bird. Like Electricity, Electricity’ Billy Elliot the Musical-Victoria Palace Theatre, London 11.3.2016

Its sad to hear of so many great musicals and plays coming to an end on West End, and within 3 months many of the greats are taking their last bow, such as Miss Saigon, and recently WarHorse, but no need to panic as in the distance a tour will be starting for both, and also for tonight’s viewing. Billy… Read more →