Review UK Tour: Shrek The Musical

Shrek The Musical brings one of the greatest films of all time to life right in front of your eyes. The show acts as play-by-play of the movie as your favourite comedic moments are recreated with the hilarious addition of some original musical numbers. Featuring some wonderfully riotous mythical creatures, the beautiful and feisty Princess … Continue reading Review UK Tour: Shrek The Musical


Review: Chicago

Celebrating it's 21st anniversary, the hit musical - with a Oscar-winning film adaptation - Chicago has been revived on the West End. There's nothing quite like the razzle-dazzle of Chicago, with the adultery, murder, jazz, and sequins - what more could you possibly want? With music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Fred Ebb … Continue reading Review: Chicago

Review: Bat Out of Hell

I owe my love of Meat Loaf to my dad who downloaded the album for me and said I had to listen to it as it would be "part of my education". Little did I know that the music I had fallen in love with was originally destined to be a musical. Bat Out of Hell is … Continue reading Review: Bat Out of Hell

Review: Waitress

Waitress is an utterly charming musical which will have you laughing and smiling for hours after. The bittersweet musical follows the story of Jenna (Jessie Mueller), a pie-making waitress who aspires for more. Whilst in an unhappy marriage, Jenna begins an affair and tries to figure out how to get her life where she wants … Continue reading Review: Waitress

Review: Dreamgirls

Dreamgirls is a fabulously dazzling production, originally seen on Broadway some 35 years ago, the show has since been adapted into a well known film and now it has arrived to shake up the West End. I was so excited when it was announced that Dreamgirls would be making its way to the Savoy Theatre, the 2006 … Continue reading Review: Dreamgirls

Review: An Inspector Calls (UK Tour)

I was left unimpressed by this performance of An Inspector Calls - a play I was excited to see live. Directed by Stephen Daldry, I had really high hopes that the play I had studied for months during my GCSE's was going to be magically brought to life in front of my eyes(!), however, I … Continue reading Review: An Inspector Calls (UK Tour)