REVIEW: Jenny Bede: The Musical

Jenny Bede is my kindred spirit. Classically trained and lover of all things Musicals, pop and R’n’B, I think we’d make the best of friends. Throw in the fact she’s got a banging voice and the witty comedy to match, then I think I might propose. She is pitching brand…

REVIEW: Now that’s what I call Brexit

Our politics system might be a mess but Now That’s What I Call Brexit is most certainly not. It follows the last few years of Britain’s dreaded referendum and the, if you don’t laugh you’ll cry, aftermath. No real plot, more a speedy, dramatised, musical biography of our foolish politicians…

REVIEW: Showstopper! The improvised musical

I started off my Fringe with an absolute heavyweight long standing Fringe production – Showstopper: The Improvised Musical. It’s in its 11th year and still going strong selling out audiences. It seems the hottest ticket in town. They’re the master of improvisation, which is such an impressive art form. Not…

REVIEW: Friendsical: A Parody Musical About Friends

Friendsical, the show with so much promise. I’m a Friends fan so a musical about the gang from New York… could I BE anymore excited? And on first look, I remained enthusiastic as the set is pretty impressive. References ranging from the Central Perk orange sofa to the purple paint…

REVIEW: Amelie the Musical | Opera House

GIFTED Amelie the Musical is an adaptation of the wonderfully popular French film of the same name. The 2001 movie is a romantic dream-flick so I was tres excited to catch this stage version. But did I deteste or amour? (The only french I can remember) Well… This Parisian story…

I never want to be a full time blogger

I’m lost. I feel like I’ve forgotten the point of blogging. I’m blindsided by all of this business speak. The scheduling. The optimum posting and sh*t hot photography. I learned a lot at a travel blogger event last month but… thing is, I never want to be a full time…

REVIEW: The Book of Mormon tour | Palace Theatre

HELLO! My name is Elder Gina, and I would like to share with you the most amazing show… Winner of practically every stage award imaginable and receiving rave responses left, right and centre, I couldn’t wait to catch this totally un-PC musical on the road. Has it got the shock…

REVIEW: Club Tropicana | Opera House Manchester

I’m going to start this with quite a bold statement. Club Tropicana is probably the funniest Musical I have ever seen. Yes I said it. I feel it’s deserved given I belly laughed at 80% of the show. Club Tropicana is Benidorm meets Fawlty Towers. It’s a simple love story…