REVIEW: Anna X, Harold Pinter Theatre

Inspired by true events, Anna X is an electrifying play that is brought to life in an extremely well put together production. What a way to complete the Re:Emerge season of plays at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Written by Joseph Charlton, Anna X is a fascinating story of Anna who is originally from the Ukraine… Read More

REVIEW: In The Heights (Film Soundtrack)

Vibrant and engaging from start to finish, the soundtrack to the film captures the spirit of the story – despite some of the songs from the original musical missing. It is very clear from listening to this gorgeous soundtrack that that this is a really well put together soundtrack that retains the strong storytelling technique… Read More

REVIEW: Pippin, Charing Cross Theatre

This bright and colourful production of the musical is dazzling to watch- even if the story feels a bit flimsy. Confession time: I have never actually seen Stephen Schwartz and  Roger O. Hirson’s musical on stage and the only song that I remembered hearing was ‘Corner in the Sky’ – which meant I was extremely curious… Read More

REVIEW: Shit-Faced Shakespeare: Macbeth, Leicester Square Theatre

Shakespeare’s tragedy has never been so entertaining or hilarious. Ever wondered what it would be like to see a Shakespeare production where one of the cast is completely drunk? Well wonder no more thanks to Shit-Faced Shakespeare’s hilarious take on Macbeth which soon descends into chaos thanks to one of the cast not only being… Read More

REVIEW: Constellations, Vaudeville Theatre

This thoughtful and powerful production is a fascinating look at the many different directions relationships and life can take. Do you ever wonder what direction your life would have taken had you made a different decision or reacted in a contrasting way? With Nick Payne’s glorious and moving play, we get a glimpse of this… Read More

REVIEW: Hairspray, London Coliseum

Vibrant, filled with positivity and hope – this production of Hairspray is exactly the tonic that we all need right now. This is exactly the show that we all need right now. Filled with great songs, fabulous choreography and joyful cast – this production of Hairspray will ensure that you leave the theatre feeling uplifted… Read More

REVIEW: Maggie & Ted, Garrick Theatre

This charmingly funny play goes behind the feud between Margaret Thatcher and Edward Heath – but can feel slightly rushed in places. Having previously had a run at The White Bear in 2019, Maggie & Ted by Michael McManus made its West End debut at the Garrick Theatre for two nights only to offer an… Read More

REVIEW: Darling, Written on the Waves

Tabby Lamb’s audio play effortlessly uses the adventures of Peter Pan to explore what it means to grow up and discover who you really our through a queer perspective. Over the course of forty minutes, Tabby Lamb highlights the many different experiences of what it means to grow up and try and discover who you… Read More

REVIEW: The Human Connection, Omnibus Theatre

Formed of two contrasting plays by Eugene O’Hare, The Human Connection makes for fascinating viewing but can lose direction in places. Formed of Larry Devlin Wants to Talk to You About Something That Happened and Child 786, this is very much an evening that is about delving into the psychology of three different characters who… Read More

REVIEW: J’Ouvert, Harold Pinter Theatre

This vibrant and thoughtful play is both a celebration of the carnival experience as well highlighting sexual politics and inclusivity versus cultural appropriation that can emerge in these settings. This year’s Notting Hill Carnival may have been cancelled once again this year, but there is still a way to get into the carnival experience courtesy… Read More