Category Archives: Review

Royal Court: The Team’s Roosevelvis

The team's Rooselevis at Royal Court London

I saw the title and overlooked the obvious connection. But I was more or less right in my initial assessment. Read More →

McQueen: The worst production I’ve seen this year

The very bad McQueen show at Haymarket

After the hype behind the hugely successful Savage Beauty Exhibition had well and truly diminished, McQueen started showing at the Read More →

The Trial at the Young Vic

Rory Kinnear and company in The Trial at the Young Vic

Not the best play to see after a lacklustre day at the office. Mr K reflects all the lost hope Read More →

Beyond Caring at the national theatre

Beyond Caring poster by Chloe Lamford

Depressing, hectic and potent. Beyond Care is an enlightening tale behind the hidden struggle of zero hour contracts. Not only Read More →

The Verb to Love- Old Lion Theatre

The verb to love-Old Red Lion Theatre-Angel

The Verb to Love, a new musical based at The Old Red Lion Theatre, was truly a riveting yet heartrending Read More →

Dara at the National Theatre

'Dara' Play performed in the Lyttelton Theatre

I’m a few weeks late with this one. As a warning, I must say this show isn’t running anymore. Sorry! Read More →

Beautiful-The Carol King Musical at The Aldwych Theatre

Beautiful-The Carole King Musical ©Alastair Muir 24.02 15

A dynamic and meticulously produced musical that will sweep you off your feet. Unbeknownst to me, not many people my Read More →

Lippy at the Young Vic

Young Vic Theatre Lippy

“When you’re born you cry and the world rejoice, live your life so when you die the world cries and Read More →

Review: Jeeves & Wooster – Duke of York’s

Jeeves and Wooster at Duke of York's (Cast)

Start off with a young dapper gent, a handful of debaucherous plot twists and throw in a charismatic butler or Read More →

Review: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the Savoy Theatre

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Stage screen

Dainty figures clad in billowing organza gowns sing and dance with the utmost grace, as they descend on to the Read More →