Category Archives: Reviews

Review of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory June 2014

By | June 18, 2014

I guess it’s hard for anyone to get themselves to Charlie, or that chocolate factory, in a condition of naivity. Ignorance cannot survive in a national bloodstream so awash with Roald Dahl’s most popular confection. Let me get the special pleading out of the way first. It’s a standing joke among my children that I am a dead ringer for Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka in the 1971 movie. At… Read More »

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Review of Billy Elliot The Musical June 2014

By | June 5, 2014

Billy Elliot the musical has been dancing and singing in London’s West End since 2005, entertaining millions of audience members. Due to its huge popularity it can now be seen all over the world, entertaining even more people. Based on the highly popular film of the same name released in 2000, the musical follows the story of one talented young boy’s dream of being a dancer, that young boy is… Read More »

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Miss Saigon opens in London at the Prince Edward Theatre

By | May 21, 2014

It’s the revival we’ve been waiting to see, for those of us who were too young to catch the original production at Drury Lane which opened in 1989, or those who simply want to re-live that first memory. The heat is finally back on in Saigon as Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Miss Saigon takes to the stage at the Prince Edward Theatre. Mackintosh has teamed up yet again with Laurence… Read More »

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