Over the weekend I was thrilled to be taken on as part of the reviewing team for Everything Theatre.
You can visit their comprehensive site here www.everything-theatre.co.uk
The first production I have seen in my official capacity was Snakes! – The Musical at the Leicester Square Theatre.
I hope that I inspire you to see it before it closes on Oct 19th.
Review – Snakes! – The Musical
Last week I joined a group of Theatre Bloggers for a trip organised by www.officialtheatre.com to see the play ‘Autobahn’ playing at the King’s Head Theatre in Islington.
Lately I have discovered Off West End / Fringe Theatre – no, not Edinburgh, the London Fringe. I have been aware of these smaller venues for a while but had never bothered to make an effort to go to one. Why would you bother going to see something non-mainsteam when there are so many wonderful shows to see in the West End?
It turns out there are several reasons. Continue reading
Dancer / choreographer Jemma Gould has recently been involved with ‘Dead in the Water’ a recent hit at the Camden Fringe Festival produced by Balls in the Air Theatre Company. I recently caught up with her and asked her how she enjoyed working on the production and her thoughts on growing up in East Grinstead.
The first time I went to St. James’ Theatre to see Urinetown I raved about this lovely venue only 10 minutes walk from Victoria, last night I made a return visit, but this time to the fantastically intimate St. James’ Studio.
St James Theatre, Palace Street, London
The first thing I fell for when I arrived to see ‘Urinetown’ last week was St James’ Theatre. I hadn’t been there before and was surprised at it’s warmth and it’s intimate feel. Not only is it very close to Victoria and ample restaurants but it also has a cracking pub next door. Win win win.