• Evita, The Dominion Theatre, London

    September 21, 2014

    Wednesday 17th September I was lucky enough to get my hands on a ticket to see the newly opened ‘Evita’ at the Dominion Theatre. And when I say ‘newly opened’, I mean that I got to see it the second night it was open, so I was very excited! I had been eager to see…

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  • Dogfight, The Southwark Playhouse

    September 16, 2014

    It’s only taken me a week since seeing this show to finally get around to writing about it, but better late than never, ey?! I guess it keeps in fitting with my process on this show: It took me a while to getting round to seeing it, but it was worth the wait in the…

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  • Forbidden Broadway, The Vaudeville Theatre

    September 15, 2014

    Thursday 11th September, I was lucky enough to see ‘Forbidden Broadway’ at the Vaudeville Theatre in London. Not normally a show I would choose to see, but rather watch on Youtube, I was sceptical as to how funny the show would be. Would it live up to expectations or crash and burn? When I was…

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  • Budget Theatre

    July 11, 2014

      Whilst chatting with a colleague yesterday I came to feel like I was a Wiseman with all this secret knowledge to bestow… He, a music student, expressed how much he would like to go see numerous West End shows but, like every student, struggles to afford it. I then went on to bestow him…

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  • The Two Worlds Of Charlie F, GLive, Guildford

    May 28, 2014

    On Friday 23rd May I arrived at GLive in Guildford, by myself, to watch the touring production of ‘Charlie F’. I felt pretty lonely whilst everyone in the impressive marble foyer drank and chatted away with their friends, but as soon as the show started I forgot about everyone else in the room anyway. ‘Charlie F’…

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  • The Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer Of The Year Competition 2014, Garrick Theatre

    May 20, 2014

    On Sunday 18th May I joined my fellow classmates in attending the SSSSPOTY competition in London to support our friend, Hugo Catton. Out of 74 students nominated by their schools for the competition, Hugo was one of 12 students selected as finalists. With representatives from GSA winning the competition the past two years in a…

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  • Carrie’s War, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

    May 18, 2014

      Yesterday I attended the matinee performance of ‘Carrie’s War’ at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, presented by the Apollo Theatre Company. As I sat in my seat I was pleased to see such a great turn out, with an almost full audience, and I found myself longing to go to a War-time party just…

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  • The Water Babies, Leicester Curve

    May 17, 2014

    Last night, myself and the members from my graduating class that were in ‘The Water Babies’ black box performance last year, plus two honorary members (the drivers), hopped in a minibus and drove 3 and a half hours to Leicester to see the penultimate night of the show’s run at the Leicester Curve. Having taken…

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