Knights of the Rose at The Arts Theatre

Knights of the Rose, a brand new jukebox musical featuring the hits of Bon Jovi, Meatloaf and other rock legends, certainly made its presence known in London as it crossed Tower Bridge on horseback earlier this week. Sadly the show itself doesn’t quite live up to that majestic entrance, with…

Perfectly Ordinary: an interview with Matthew Rankcom

Perfectly Ordinary is a brand new musical coming to the Guildford Fringe this year. I spoke to one of its creators about mental health and the theatre.

REVIEW: Fun Home at the Young Vic

Fun Home, a musical based on the autobiographical graphic novel of the same name, brought to life in the Young Vic, is the standout piece of the season, and most definitely the year too.

Shut up Heather! Heathers the Musical at The Other Palace

Following a sold out workshop last year, the eagerly anticipated and long awaited production of Heathers the Musical at The Other Palace has been hitting the stagey headlines for months. But is the hype worth it or are we all getting our scrunchies in a twist?

Legally Blonde UK tour at the New Wimbledon Theatre

Legally Blonde is up there as one of my favourite shows, and I must admit I wasn’t 100% impressed when I saw the new UK tour in its first week at The Churchill Theatre in Bromley. After weeks of seeing four star reviews, I decided to give it another chance…

Thrive – Feel Stress Free: the mental health app review

I checked out an app designed to help you self-manage common mental health conditions. Find out my thoughts and get your FREE TRIAL inside…

Into The Woods at The Cockpit

Sondheim’s musical Into the Woods sees your classic fairy tales twisted like never before, but even more so in The Cockpit’s new production where the well-known characters have been given a 21st Century makeover.

Beautiful UK tour review

Beautiful – The Carole King Musical has been wowing Broadway audiences since 2014, and following a hit two years in the West End the show is now touring the UK. I caught the show in Wimbledon and it’s a certainly a jukebox show that British audiences deserve!

Bat Out of Hell review

Meatloaf fans have gone wild over Jim Steinman’s new show returning to the West End, but does Bat Out of Hell really cut it as a musical? This well-executed, spectacular, random mess of a show might have some way to go before appealing to a wider audience but is still worth a watch.