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

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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)