Review: Lea Salonga (London Palladium)

Lea Salonga returns to London! Date: 21/07/2019 Rating: ★★★★ The International musical theatre star: Lea Salonga, concluded her sold out tour at the world famous London Palladium yesterday. for not just one but two shows. Wowing with an impressive 17 song setlist, filled with much loved classics and some wonderful surprises, it was a concert … Continue reading Review: Lea Salonga (London Palladium)

Review: Kiss Me Kate (London Coliseum)

Reviewed by Emily Schofield 20th June 2018 Reviewer rating: ★★★★ Kiss Me Kate is an incredibly energetic and entertaining show in which the art of Shakespeare imitates the lives of the actors performing it. With a large cast and operatic score, this production welcomes you to the chaotic life of backstage theatre in which drama is … Continue reading Review: Kiss Me Kate (London Coliseum)

Elizabeth Patrick: Life as an ASM

We spoke to The Nativity's ASM, Elizabeth Patrick to discuss what her job entails, the highs and lows and advice for aspiring creatives. TTH: Describe an average day at work on the Nativity? Elizabeth: On an average one show day, myself and the other ASM will get to the theatre roughly two hours before the show … Continue reading Elizabeth Patrick: Life as an ASM

Review: The Wild Party (The Other Palace)

Reviewed by Ksenya Gray Tuesday 21st February Reviewer rating:★ ★ ★ ★ The relaunch of St James Theatre as The Other Palace warranted a party and that’s exactly what it got.  Starting off the 2017 season under the Artistic Direction of Paul Taylor-Mills, Michael John LaChiusa's dark and dazzling jazz-age Broadway musical is brought to … Continue reading Review: The Wild Party (The Other Palace)

Review: Sunday In The Arts (Arts Theatre)

Reviewed By Ksenya Gray 30th October 2016 Reviewer rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ On Sunday, 30th October 2016, musical theatre fans gathered in the cramped studio above The Arts Theatre for Sunday in the Arts: An Evening with Anthony Williamson and Emma Ralston. The duo, who are no strangers to world of cabarets, hosted a special two hour … Continue reading Review: Sunday In The Arts (Arts Theatre)

The Gruffalo roars back to the heart of London’s West End

By Charly Ralph First published back in 1999, Julia Donaldson’s The Gruffalo has definitely stood the test of time and is still a much loved children’s book today. Having been adapted for the stage by Tall Stories Theatre Company, The Gruffalo has roared his way back to London’s West End celebrating his 15th anniversary treading the boards. For … Continue reading The Gruffalo roars back to the heart of London’s West End

Review: The Truth – Wyndhams Theatre

The Truth is a comedic play that examines the complex relationship between two couples who are caught up in the politics of extra marital affairs, friendship, deceit and the truth. The show was well received on the night with audience members audibly in stitches as Alex Hanson, Tanya Franks, Francis O’Connor and Robert Portal took the stage … Continue reading Review: The Truth – Wyndhams Theatre