Interview With….Charlotte Wakefield

The actress chatted to us about the upcoming revival of Gatsby A Musical, being filmed at the Cadogan Hall and streamed from the 12th to the 14th February. Thanks so much for talking to me. For those who weren’t aware of Gatsby A Musical – what can they expect? Thank you! Well, the show is… Read More

REVIEW: Songs for the Drunk and Brokenhearted by Passenger

This new album from Passenger really reflects the emotional turmoil that we are all going through at the moment. Filled with soulful melodies, this new album from Passenger is a thoughtful and heartfelt release that also reflects the emotional side of everything that everyone has been through in the last twelve months. With songs such… Read More

REVIEW: Accents by Ensemble K

This debut album from Ensemble K, led by conductor Simone Menezes is a charming collection of music that is elegantly performed. Bringing together pieces of music composed by Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin, Claude Debussy, Aaron Copland, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Sophie Lacaze, this debut album from Ensemble K has great diversity and charming to listen to from… Read More

REVIEW: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Netflix

George C.Wolfe’s film based on August Wilson’s play is filled with raw passion and anger that is compelling to watch. Featuring two dynamic central performances from Viola Davis as the immensely popular Blues singer Ma Rainey and Chadwick Boseman as the overconfident and ambitious Levee Green, this film adaptation of the play is rich in… Read More

REVIEW: Alicia by Alicia Keys

This latest album from the singer is filled with such a rich range of style of music but still with her signature soulful twist. Given this is the singer’s seventh studio album, Alicia Keys more than proves that she has plenty of creativity when it comes to writing music. The warm and soulful nature of… Read More

REVIEW: Troy by Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry provides lively commentary in this retelling of the Trojan war. Following on from his retellings of the Greek Heroes and Greek Myths, Stephen Fry turns his attention to the epic story of Try and its down fall, bringing to life the key characters and moments of the war from start to finish. Told… Read More

REVIEW: The Seth Concert Series With Wayne Brady

Filled with fascinating stories and unexpected twists and turns, this latest in The Seth Concert Series is certainly the most surprising show to date. While looking at Wayne Brady’s extensive credits it would be easy to assume that perhaps he is more of a television personality than a theatre performer, but as this concert proved… Read More

REVIEW: McCartney III by Paul McCartney

This new album from the singer shows an artist still willing to experiment – but with mixed effect. Putting melody right at the front of many of the songs on this album, Paul McCartney’s latest has plenty of surprises and feels like a real guide as to how to layer a song with plenty of… Read More

REVIEW: Melanie C by Melanie C

The singer’s self-titled album is bold and confident in style. Melanie C certainly has a lot of confidence when it comes to changing musical styles on her album as her latest proves. Taking on a decidedly more dance style for this album, all of the songs featured certainly sound vibrant and blends an interesting mix… Read More

REVIEW: A Live Stream With David Bedella, Crazy Coqs (Online)

This intimate concert is filled with warmth and feeling – making it a delightful watch. Having won this year’s Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for & Juliet, it was lovely to see David Bedella taking centre stage again for this intimate concert. Reuniting with Steve Clark, his Music Director from David Bedella… Read More