SeatPlan Website Review

When I found seatplan.com I thought all my prayers had been answered. That was a few years ago and the website has definitely changed and adapted since then, adding even more features to the site. It's primary purpose is to help you find the best theatre seats in London and other major cities across the UK … Continue reading SeatPlan Website Review

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Review: Hamilton: An American Musical

The hype surrounding Hamilton: An American Musical has been enormous since Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit show opened on Broadway in 2015. Since then there has been a libretto, eleven Tony awards, the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, a cast album AND a mix-tape of the cast album. This show is certainly a huge landmark in the … Continue reading Review: Hamilton: An American Musical

Review: Follies

Follies is an absolute dream of a production. I was eager to get tickets but when I checked it had sold out. My saving grace was the amazing scheme the National Theatre do for Friday Rush tickets. Every Friday at 1pm tickets are released on a first-come-first-served-basis for £20 limited to 2 per customer. Safe … Continue reading Review: Follies

Review: 42nd Street

From the very start, 42nd Street is an eruption of movement, with the curtain rising two feet to reveal the tapping feet of the 40-strong ensemble. The first glimpse of the show sets the pace for what the following 2.5 hours will contain; a relentless face-paced explosion of tapping. I was simply blown away by the … Continue reading Review: 42nd Street

Review: An American in Paris

Based on the 1951 Hollywood movie of the same name, An American in Paris is a visually stunning production adapted for the stage. Christopher Wheeldon directs and choreographs with a beautiful attention to detail, with a variety of Gershwin songs this production boasts a gorgeous blend of movement and vivid design. Despite the adaptation being visually … Continue reading Review: An American in Paris

Review UK Tour: The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer is a fabulously fun musical based on the 1997 movie of the same name starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. Set in 1985, the musical follows the story of wedding singer Robbie Hart who loses his passion for weddings after being jilted by his fiancé. Robbie finds himself back on his feet after … Continue reading Review UK Tour: The Wedding Singer