Come From Away – New Cast Review

Come From Away at the Phoenix Theatre in London's West End

The Phoenix Theatre has hosted the hit musical Come From Away for a year now and it’s celebrating with a brand-new cast! The raw emotion and story that pull at your heartstrings are still all there, but this time there are different faces and voices delivering the performance. Although the previous cast gave a wonderful […]

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Pretty Woman – Review

Pretty Woman The Musical at the Piccadilly Theatre in London's West End

The classic 1990 romantic comedy Pretty Woman has made it to the stage, and it is now gracing the historic Piccadilly Theatre in London’s famed West End! The film, originally featuring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, is now a live-action comedy full of fresh new faces and fun songs. Overall, this isn’t mind-blowing theatre, but […]

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The Prince of Egypt – Review

Dreamworks The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre in London's West End

The Prince of Egypt has opened at the Dominion Theatre in London’s West End, and audiences couldn’t be happier! This modern take on a classic story is tons of fun for viewers of all ages, and now it can be enjoyed by the large crowds that are sure to flock to the historic Dominion Theatre. […]

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Cabaret UK Tour 2020 – Review

Cabaret UK Tour 2020

The musical classic and fan favourite Cabaret is on tour in the UK and is making a stop at the historic New Wimbledon Theatre in London! The dark wartime drama is not for the faint of heart, but it’s sure to impress any crowd who can handle the heavy subject matter. Whether you’re a fan […]

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Dear Evan Hansen – Review

Dear Evan Hansen at the Noel Coward Theatre in London's West End

The raving success Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen moved to London’s Noël Coward Theatre in November 2019 and fans are flocking to see this fantastic production. From the minds of the creators of La La Land and The Greatest Showman, Dear Evan Hansen is the hit Broadway musical about a high school kid who has […]

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& Juliet – Review

& Juliet at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London's West End

Sensational Swedish lyricist and songwriter Max Martin has most likely accomplished more to shape the modern-day pop scene than any person alive, with hits running from original ’90s crushes ‘…Baby One More Time‘ and the Backstreet Boys’ ‘Everyone‘, to late enormous bangers such as Taylor Swift’s ‘Clear Space‘ and The Weeknd’s ‘Can’t Feel My Face‘. […]

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Mary Poppins – review

Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre in London's West End

It has been a long time since she previously skimmed over the housetops of Theatreland, umbrella high up, feet flawlessly together – 15 years in fact. But now, Mary Poppins is back to carry enchantment to the Big Smoke and to bring order and wander back to the streets of London. The genuine message of […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar – Review

Jesus Christ Superstar at the Barbican Theatre in London

You know when you have been to see an amazing performance when you cannot stop blasting out songs wherever you go; and after being witness to a truly wonderful showing of the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Jesus Christ Superstar at the Barbican Theatre, you can bet your bottom dollar that we have […]

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On Your Feet! – Review

If you are looking for a really fun show, packed full of wonderful music; On Your Feet! is a production that you must go and see. Gloria Estefan, the 80s Latin pop-star who not only had a beautifully wonderful voice but also had the ability to write hit after hit is remembered and honoured in […]

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Aladdin – Review

Aladdin at the Prince Edward's Theatre

Aladdin is a Disney classic that gained immediate blockbuster status as a film when it was released in 1992. The famous story made its way to the stage in 2011 and received rave reviews and critical acclaim. The extravagant, mystifying musical made its way to the Prince Edward Theatre in London, and it has gone […]

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Review: Motown the Musical

Motown at the Shaftesbury Theatre

Berry Gordy is the name in Motown music, so it makes sense that a performance about Motown would be based around him. The script was written by Gordy himself, making this an autobiographical musical. While his credentials are certainly impressive, you can tell that Gordy doesn’t have too many criticisms of himself. This leads to […]

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Motown the Musical – Review

Motown at the Shaftesbury Theatre

Berry Gordy is the name in Motown music, so it makes sense that a performance about Motown would be based around him. The script was written by Gordy himself, making this an autobiographical musical. While his credentials are certainly impressive, you can tell that Gordy doesn’t have too many criticisms of himself. This leads to […]

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