Month: September 2019

‘There’s a Light…Over at the Frankenstein’s Place…’ – The Rocky Horror Show, Orchard Theatre, 23.09.2019

The Rocky Horror Show is a musical comedy with music, lyrics and book written by the mastermind of Richard O’Brien. It tells the story of a newly engaged couple Brad and Janet, who get caught in a storm and end up coming to the home of a mad transvestite scientist, Dr Frank-N-further. When taking in they witness the unveiling of… Read more →

Matthew Bourne’s Romeo & Juliet – The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury. 18.09.2019

Last night was my first time at The Marlowe Theatre and i am delighted to now be a fellow blogger/reviewer at this beautiful venue! For my first press night, I was in for something new Matthew Bourne’s Romeo & Juliet When you think of Shakespeare’s classic love story, many would think of the traditional english or maybe Baz Luhrmann’s 1996… Read more →

‘It’s my Duty to Ask Questions…’ – An Inspector Calls, Churchill Theatre, Bromley. 11.09.2019

A well welcomed two show week, with my second viewing being back at the Churchill Theatre for tonight’s opening night of the multi-award winning  National Theatre’s Landmark production of An Inspector Calls.  The play takes on a single night in April 1912, focusing on a prosperous upper middle-class family the Birling’s, who live in a fancy home in the town… Read more →

‘Oh, You Can Colour My World with Sunshine Yellow Each Day!’ Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical, Orchard Theatre, Dartford. 10.09.2019

After a quiet summer, I was looking forward to heading back to the Orchard theatre especially as it has just completed its brand new refurbishment – which I can say is excellent, slick, and with comfy new seats whats not to like? I was very much looking forward to tonights viewing, being a huge fan of drag I was not… Read more →