Review: Cats at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley

On Thursday 17th May 2018, I went to see Cats at the Churchill Theatre with my Mum and Nan. The musical was performed by WWOS and is about a group of cats who have gathered to celebrate the Jellicle Ball. I have previously seen WWOS perform in Legally Blonde and Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, …

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Parks and Rec

Initially, I was just going to London as I had booked a show the month before, and honestly, after a stressful week, I was not feeling up to even going to the show. However, I got myself up and got into London for 10am. My first stop was to Piccadilly. I love exploring Piccadilly and …

Review: The Grinning Man at Trafalgar Studios, London

I had heard about The Grinning Man, but it wasn't until I saw a YouTube video praising the musical that I decided to see it. Amy Lovatt, the YouTuber in question, spoke about it so passionately that I thought 'why not give it a shot?.' The Grinning Man was fantastic. I went in with no …

Review: Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London

In December I went to see Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London. The musical is sung through and revolves around the life of Alexander Hamilton, an American founding father and secretary of the treasury. The musical features Rachel John, Cleve September and Jamael Westman as Alexander Hamilton himself. The opening of Hamilton in …

Review: Kiki’s Delivery Service at the Southwark Playhouse, London

On Saturday 2nd September I saw the matinee performance of Kiki's Delivery Service at the Southwark Playhouse in Elephant and Castle, London. The story follows Kiki, a young witch who has left home for the first time and sets up a delivery service in a new town.   Although I knew of the Studio Ghibli anime, …

Review: Kinky Boots at the Adelphi Theatre, London

On Wednesday 9th August, my mum, sister and I went to the Adelphi Theatre in London to watch Kinky Boots. Kinky Boots is a musical which is based off of a true story of a Northampton shoe factory marketing boots to drag queens in order to avoid closing down. I thought the way the set …

Review: Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre in London

Aladdin was the only musical I was determined to see this year and I finally managed to! It was brilliant, and was easily the best night out I've had in ages. The plot is slightly different than the film; Aladdin is a young man who steals for a living along with his friends Babkak, Omar …

Review: The Addams Family at New Wimbledon Theatre, Wimbledon

On Saturday 20th May I was able to attend the matinee performance of the Addams Family at the New Wimbledon Theatre in Wimbledon. The Addams Family Musical is the story of what happens when Wednesday falls in love with a 'normal' boy and invites him and his family over for dinner. This production is part …

Review: Priscilla: Queen of the Desert at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley

I was lucky enough to be able to see Priscilla: Queen of the Desert on opening night (16th May 2017) at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley. The musical follows a drag queen named Tick/Mitzi, who on a search to meet his long-lost son, goes on an adventure in the Australian desert with Felicia,m another drag …