Month: April 2018

‘Do Not Fail, Find Your Grail…’ Spamalot, Orchard Theatre, Dartford. 24.04.2018

Tonight I was back in Dartford to attend this weeks press night for opening night of the current tour production of Monty Python’s Spamalot. Having seen the show 3 times during its run at the Playhouse Theatre, London, I was so excited to return to Camelot and see what this rendition had in store! Spamalot is the creation of Monty Python member Eric… Read more →

‘Run, Freedom Run…’ Urinetown, Bob Hope Theatre, Eltham. 18.04.2018

I was delighted to be invited to see one of my local Amateur Dramatics groups Bromley Players current production, although the name may put you off… it shouldn’t! Performing the Tony award winning musical Urinetown.  Urinetown is a comedy musical, is a social and political satire which is set in a fictional future where a terrible 20-year drought has crippled the… Read more →

‘A Haaandbag?!?’ – The Importance of Being Earnest, Churchill Theatre, Bromley 03.04.2018

Having been parted for quite some time, I was returning to the Churchill for the Press Night of the classic Oscar Wilde comedy play The Importance of Being Earnest. I had never seen this play before, always intrigued me to see what made it such a classic. I wasn’t disappointed. I took my seat in Row M seat 37, stage right to… Read more →