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27th Apr 2016

PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT – Orchard Theatre, Dartford.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert is iconic. The film is a cult hit and the musical not far behind in its mass popularity. Since the west end production closed in...

31st Mar 2016

BUG – Found 111, London.

After first premiering at the Gate Theatre twenty years ago, Tracy Letts’ BUG is back; this time at the miniscule Found 111 theatre on Charing Cross Road…and boy does it...

16th Mar 2016

AVENUE Q – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Since its departure from the West End in 2010, Sell A Door’s touring production has been the only noticeable place to catch a glimpse of the characters on Avenue Q...

08th Jan 2016

GREY GARDENS – Southwark Playhouse, London.

Danielle Tarento has another hit on her hands, tackling the story of the lesser-known cousin and aunt of former US First Lady Jackie Onassis. The Edith Bouvier-Beale duo (known colloquially...

06th Nov 2015
Elf the Musical

ELF THE MUSICAL – Dominion Theatre, London

Elf the film hasn’t quite achieved ‘classic’ status, in the realms of Miracle on 34th Street or Santaclaus: the Movie, but it does have a widespread cult following which is arguably...

16th Sep 2015

KINKY BOOTS – Adelphi Theatre, London

For those of you not in the know, Kinky Boots is based on the 2005 film of the same name, set in a modern-day Northampton shoe factory. We are introduced to Lola...

06th Aug 2015

THE GRAND HOTEL – Southwark Playhouse, London.

The Grand Hotel is a classic example of a Broadway show that has never really succeeded in making a long-term mark here in the UK. Other than a very short...

29th Jul 2015

THE SPITFIRE GRILL – The Union Theatre, London.

The Union Theatre is fast becoming the go-to fringe venue for quality productions, and Alastair Knights’ The Spitfire Grill ensures this pattern continues. The Spitfire Grill boasts a plethora of...

15th Apr 2015

GYPSY – Savoy Theatre, London.

After a critically acclaimed stint in Chichester, Gypsy has rolled into the Savoy ready to take the west end by storm, and judging by the noise created around the show...

09th Apr 2015

THRILL ME – Greenwich Theatre, London.

Thrill Me has been produced many times over across the world, and several times just in the UK, to relatively widespread acclaim. This production by Guy Retallack stops barely short...

19th Mar 2015

CALAMITY JANE – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Those who remember the 1953 film version of Calamity Jane will recall Doris Day’s gloriously on-point portrayal of the title character. If you’re looking for a replica of that performance...

01st Mar 2015

LOSERVILLE – Union Theatre, London.

Set in 1971, but to a soundtrack of 90’s-esque punk pop, Loserville spans the decades with fervent nostalgia. Much like the teenage boy it proffers up as  protagonist, this particular production isn’t quite...