Month: May 2018

‘Consider Yourself, One of the Family…’ – Oliver! Memorial Hall, Marden. 29.05.2018

I was very happy to have been invited to one of my local amateur dramatics groups the Marden Theatre Group to view their upcoming musical of the Charles Dicken’s classic Oliver! Having not seen the musical live before I was looking forward to seeing something new and finally set the soundtrack to the story. Oliver, tells the story of 9 year… Read more →

‘What Are We Fighting For?…’ Birdsong, The Churchill Theatre, Bromley. 01.05.2018

I was back at the Churchill Theatre for tonight’s opening night of this weeks performance of Sebastian Faulks’s Birdsong, adapted for the stage by Rachel Wagstaff. I for one have not had the chance to read the well known novel, but I was looking forward to seeing it live. This year marks 100th Anniversary of the end of World War One, Birdsong is… Read more →