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: 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: 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: 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: School of Rock

School of Rock is an explosive high energy production with a multi-talented cast; a real family fun show. Based on the 2003 film starring Jack Black, this stage adaptation features music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Glenn Slater with the book by Julian Fellowes. However, the show really gets going when the child performers … Continue reading Review: School of Rock

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: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

I got tickets to see Beautiful as a surprise treat for my mum's birthday, I knew she really wanted to see it and I had heard great things about it. Although I'm definitely not a fan of jukebox musicals that does definitely not extend to Beautiful for me, I was completely blown away from the get-go. … Continue reading Review: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time happens to be one of my favourite plays that I have ever seen live. I first saw the production when it was on tour in 2015, as it came to my local theatre. I was in awe of how they had adapted the stage to fit … Continue reading Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time