Flashdance UK tour starring Joanne Clifton

This adaption of the iconic film is bound to be a hit with Flashdance fans with enough leg warmers to last through to next summer! What the show lacks in technical professionalism it makes up for in dance expertise and once again puts Strictly star Joanne Clifton in a role she can truly call her own.

The Woman in Black review, The Fortune Theatre, West End

Thirty years after Susan Hill’s ghost story was turned into a stage play, The Woman in Black is still thrilling London audiences at the Fortune Theatre. I visited the show for second time in the run up to National Ghost Hunting Day.

Legally Blonde UK tour at the Churchill Theatre

Legally Blonde – the modern classic based on the hit film where the ditzy blonde girl fights stereotypes to become a heroine for women everywhere. The new UK tour launched at the Churchill Theatre last week and it certainly champions the show’s message, despite a few snags. Sorority sweetheart Elle…

Hairspray UK Tour at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford

The Nicest Kids are back in town with the new tour of feel-good musical favourite, Hairspray. With big hair and a big heart, teenager Tracy Turnblad fights for what’s right after getting her spot on top TV dance programme, The Corny Collins Show. She’s determined to get fairness and freedom…

Jesus Christ Superstar at the Open Air Theatre

Lloyd Webber and Rice’s shows still reign supreme in London, and their latest revival of Jesus Christ Superstar is enjoying a second stint at the Open Air Theatre after last year’s sell-out run. The show undoubtedly holds a contemporary gaze over the original story but champions the rock opera making…

The Wedding Singer UK Tour

Based on the 1998 film starring Adam Sandler, The Wedding Singer is the eighties hit musical that you don’t want to miss.

Good at Heart – Wicked Young Writers 2017

Here’s my For Good award shortlisted entry for the Wicked Young Writer Awards 2017. You can read my other shortlisted entry, Time to Talk, here. “I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.” I reckon Anne Frank knew what she was talking about. In…

Footloose UK tour at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley

The Churchill Theatre celebrated it’s 40th Birthday this week as the Footloose tour headed to Bromley. Led by pop favourite Gareth Gates and Blood Brothers actress Maureen Nolan, the production is fun and lively, although unfortunately flawed by its re-imagined concept. After his dad runs out, dance-mad teenager Ren McCormack…

Discovering you were always a Gryffindor

Bravery is not a word I have ever associated with myself. But when you find out you’re a Gryffindor in the same week as busting some anxiety, maybe it’s time for a change of mindset.