Stepping Out at the Vaudeville Theatre – Review

Amanda Holden (Vera) in Stepping Out. Photo credit Ray Burmiston.
Amanda Holden (Vera) in Stepping Out. Photo credit Ray Burmiston.

A night of fun and hilarity is what can be expected by audiences attending Vaudeville Theatre’s Stepping Out! Written by Richard Harris and directed by Maria Friedman, the show is a whirlwind of laughs, following the journey of 7 women and one lone male who attend a weekly tap class. For anyone who has taken a dance class or been involved with amateur performing …

Review of Handbagged at The Brockley Jack Theatre

Handbagged at The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
Handbagged at The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

Ever wanted to be The Queen? not a Queen but The Queen? It can’t be a bad life really. You get to travel around for free, everyone does whatever you tell them and it’s a job for life. Of course, there are snakes as well as ladders in the monarchy game. As Queen you have no actual power, can’t vote and every Tuesday you have to spend some …

Naked Truth at Leicester Square Theatre – Review

Chloe Oliver & Mairi Houston
Chloe Oliver & Mairi Houston

The one thing I love more than anything is live theatre, so when I was offered the chance to review Johnny Tait’s latest play I jumped at it.

Set in a reality TV household, Naked Truth really poked fun at Big Brother and the current celebrity culture, there were times when the entire audience were absolutely howling with laughter. The show was so well written and the acting was so …

Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell will lead cast of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Cat On A Hot Tin RoofSienna Miller and Jack O’Connell will lead the cast as Maggie and Brick in Benedict Andrews’ Young Vic production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof which will begin previews in the West End at the Apollo Theatre on 13th July 2017. With press night on 24th July, this strictly limited twelve-week run is booking to 7th October 2017. Set designs are by Magda Willi with costume designs by Alice Babidge and lighting by Jon …

Boy Stroke Girl at The Etcetera Theatre – Review

Boy Stroke GirlCan you fall in love with someone if you don’t know their gender?” is the question the marketing for Boy Stroke Girl poses. The play is returning to the Etcetera Theatre in Camden for a second run, this time from 28th Feb – 12th March 2017. I went along to their Press Night on the 20th February looking forward to being challenged by a piece of new writing.

The marketing for the production …