Month: September 2018

‘And Today’s All We Got, So We Cannot Stop. This is Our Block!’ In the Heights, Hazzlit Theatre, Maidstone. 19.07.2018

Having missed this production when it was on the West End, it was hard to turn down a chance to see it! Local Youth performance groups Stage Theatre Society were performing their current production In the Heights.  From the Tony award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda, comes the story of largely Hispanic-American neighbourhood of Washington Heights in New York City. Set over the… 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 →

‘Together Again for the First Time…’ Young Frankenstein, Garrick Theatre, London. 17.05.2018

I was so happy to return to Transylvania to catch Young Frankenstein before it closes in September! For this viewing I was lucky to have got tickets based in Row L seats 9 at the Garrick Theatre. The view was perfect with no obstructions at all. However, I can imagine if you got a tall person in front of you,… Read more →