“I have seen some beautiful things, made some wonderful friends and returned with a treasure chest of memories for a life time.”
“A brilliantly crafted and heartbreakingly spell-binding take on the fateful events that took place from May – June 1940”
“Unfortunately I am left with the realisation that sometimes all the ingredients do not create the perfect night of theatre”
Grand slam tennis with a bit of sight-seeing thrown in: a city break in the City of Lights.
“All it took was the first few notes of ‘And I’m Telling You…’ and I was welling up…”
“La La Land is equal parts understated and exuberant. It has Broadway glitz and glamour but with a beautiful simplicity.”
“Its a joyful, thrilling demonstration of the best that show business has to offer.”
WARNING: SPOIILERS AHEAD
My take on the long-awaited return of my favourite television duo, the Gilmore Girls.
Part 2 of my American Adventures series covering the Sunshine State, Florida. Warning: this article includes endless enthusiasm for the Harry Potter series.
In the first of a new series covering the successes and failures of movie musicals, read my take on the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, The King and I.
A brief (sort of) summary of the first half of my October adventures in the United States, covering “the greatest city in the world”: New York City.
Spellbinding, ridiculous, jaw-dropping and magical. On Wednesday evening I experienced a whole new form of theatre. Two shows in one day, with over 5 hours of magic and the return of some of my favourite fictional characters. I won’t lie – I was a bit sceptical about the concept of this production. Whilst I wouldn’t…