Groundhog Day Hits Gold with 5* Reviews

Tim Minchin has another massive hit on his hands according to West End critics who are heaping praise and five star reviews upon Groundhog Day. The musical, based on a classic 90s movie has just had its Press Night at the Old Vic Theatre and looks set to take the West End, Broadway and then the world by storm. The... Continue Reading →

We got kinky with Kinky Boots!

We got kinky with Kinky Boots! Plus, we have a NO BOOKING fee offer for you to get kinky too! Do NOT miss! ABOUT The story was first filmed in 2005, starring Oscar® nominated actor Chiwetel Ejiofor. It was then brought to London in September 2015 as a musical with direction and choreography by two-time Tony® Award-winner Jerry Mitchell and... Continue Reading →

Aladdin: Diamond in the Rough is a Royal Romp!

I approached Aladdin, the latest offering from Disney Theatrical with a sense of excitement and trepidation. Could Disney recreate the magic of the film on stage without losing the magic and wonder? Could The Genie live up to the phenomenal performance of Robin Williams and a team of Disney’s finest animators? Would Aladdin trump the Lion... Continue Reading →

People, Places and Things – The Reviews

Following a hugely successful run at the National Theatre, Headlong Theatre’s gritty, bleak and darkly funny tale of addiction and redemption as seen through the eyes of actress Emma has now moved to the Wyndham’s Theatre. The reviews are in - so what did the critics think of the show’s West End transfer? Chris Bennion... Continue Reading →

Motown The Musical – The Reviews

Following a dazzling Press Night on Tuesday 8th March 2016 in the presence of soul legend Smokey Robinson and Mr Motown himself Berry Gordy, the reviews are in! So what did the critics think of the show? Britishtheatre.com's Douglas Mayo called Motown: "a joyous, exuberant celebration of life, of challenge and ultimately of success." Read... Continue Reading →

Photograph 51: Our review

“One sees something new every time one looks at truly beautiful things.” There is a crackle of electricity as the house lights dim in the Noel Coward Theatre. London has waited 16 years for the return of one of the greatest stars of Hollywood’s nineties and noughties. This Oscar Winning Best Actress has that rarest... Continue Reading →

Briefs (London Wonderground) – Theatre Review

Jaw dropping high octane male burlesque Age guidance: Suitable for adults only After a dazzling sell-out run in 2014, the all-male burlesque phenomenon Briefs returns this summer for a fourth time to London Wonderground. Hosted by Shivannah (Fez Faanana), a feisty antipodean drag queen, the fun starts even before you walk in to the fabulously... Continue Reading →

The West End’s Scariest Leading Ladies

From Females to She-males and from Queens of Carthage to Queens of the Desert, The West-End and Broadway both have long lived love affairs with not-to-be-messed-with women who've been pushed just that bit too far. Let's face it, if you'd been left to raise a child in a warzone by a bloke who married you... Continue Reading →

Memphis -Review, 5 November 2014

From the first moment Beverley Knight slinks an elegantly turned ankle on to the stage of the Shaftesbury theatre, Memphis the Musical pulsates with mesmeric star quality. A Soul career has prepared Beverley well - holding the audience in rapt thrall at every note. Yet more than that, her recent leading lady status in The... Continue Reading →

Gypsy – Chichester Festival Theatre

Theatrepaws review, 26 October 2014 “You Gotta Get a Ticket”. When Imelda Staunton battles onto the Chichester Festival stage, you could be forgiven for at first feeling underwhelmed. Rose Hovick (Momma Rose) is drab, diminutive and like the apartment in which she later performs her opening number (Some People), a little dowdy. Less Ethel Merman,... Continue Reading →

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