Month: July 2017

“We Are Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On, and Our Little Life is Rounded With a Sleep.” – The Tempest, Barbican Theatre, London. 29.07.2017

It was a Saturday; Graham was out fishing for the weekend so it was up to me as to what I wanted to do. I was pondering it all week with the idea that I had, unsure if it was going to be the right choice…oh it was! I got up early to head out for a day in London… Read more →

‘Footloose, Footloose, Kick of Your Sunday Shoes!!…’ – Footloose The Musical, The Churchill Theatre, Bromley (40th Birthday Celebrations!)

I was very much looking forward to attending tonights Press Night. Having been apart for a fair few months I would be returning to the Churchill for not one, but two celebrations – The opening night of the touring production of Footloose the Musical, and the 40th Birthday of the Churchill Theatre itself! I arrived at the theatre to collect my… Read more →

‘Is a Memory Stored Just Within the Brain?’ – Tiresia, The Etcetera Theatre, Camden, London. 12.07.2017

I was delighted to be invited to return to the Etcetera Theatre in Camden for the newest production from the Golden Age Theatre Company. Having seen their past two productions The Ressurectionist, and Boy Stroke Girl, I was excited to see what next they had in store! One of the best things I love about Golden Age Theatre Company, is… Read more →