• Six The Musical – The Feminist Musical Blowing Up London’s West End

    October 7, 2018

    The Tudor period was a time where women were the property of men and second-class citizens. So, I love that Six The Musical has given the fierce (and unlucky) wives of Henry VIII a voice, finally. And they are all badasses! Six The Musical brings feminism to the forefront of, pretty much, one of the…

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  • Harry Potter And The Over-Rated Play – A Review Of ‘The Cursed Child’

    September 16, 2018

    “If you have to ask, you’ll never know. If you know, you need only ask.” Those were the words my best friend said to me when she announced she had a surprise for me on her wedding day. When she said them, I had no idea what she was on about. So maybe I should…

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  • Is ‘Heathers: The Musical’ Worthy Of The Hype?

    September 9, 2018

    Once upon a time, drama nerds were in fact, deemed as ‘nerds’. But now, thanks to the rise of social media platforms such as YouTube transforming kids singing in their bedrooms into superstars, the tables have turned. Drama is now cool. It’s cool to be quirky and dramatic and talented. Hence, one of the reasons…

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  • Rebekah Lowings Talks ‘Knights Of The Rose’ And Mental Health In The Industry

    July 10, 2018

    If you know Rebekah Lowings, then you probably know her as the tiny girl with the big belt (vocally, not accessory-wise). She has incredible credits to her name such as Mary Magdeline in Jesus Christ Superstar and Understudy Narrator in the Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat UK Tour. Now she is embracing her inner rock-goddess…

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  • My Thoughts On THAT Ben Freeman Tweet…

    November 19, 2017

    Well, Ben Freeman managed to piss off quite a lot of people this week… The soap actor posted a tweet on the 14th November that offended and angered a lot of the Musical Theatre industry. See below… You can probably see why a lot of people were annoyed by his controversial tweet. Funnily enough, it…

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  • Halloween 2014 in London

    October 30, 2014

    It’s the week of Halloween, and if you’re anything like me you’ll be nothing but excited! I’m not sure what it is that I love so much about Halloween… It could be a combination of the fantastical costumes, the scary movies, the abundance of sweets and the excuse for a night of naughtiness that appeals…

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  • Loving the London Life

    October 23, 2014

    I am one of the lucky young people who get to live in London; fresh faced and full of anticipation for the real world after University. I get to live in a lovely area of South London where I don’t fear that I will be stabbed on my way home, I work in Central London…

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  • 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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  • The End Of An Era

    May 15, 2014

    I experienced an odd feeling today. A numb feeling; lost even. I suddenly was very aware that nothing is certain anymore. As I walked into the dressing room at the end of our final graduating Showcase at the Criterion Theatre, today, I couldn’t help but feel a loss. A loss for the last three years of…

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