Reviews


Love Never Dies Review Adelphi Theatre

Love Never Dies Review– Adelphi Theatre The Phantom – Ramin Karimloo Christine Daaé – Lucy Van Gasse (understudy) Raoul – David Thaxton If I could write a review in just one word, it’d be ‘Wow’ but then I wouldn’t be helping anyone, and I’d be a pretty bad writer! Honestly Love Never Dies is one of the best shows I’ve seen in the West End recently. I almost couldn’t write any notes because I didn’t …

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Mamma Mia Review Prince of Wales Theatre

Mamma Mia Review Prince Of Wales Theatre Sophie Sheridan – Jessie May Donna Sheridan – Linzi Hateley Tanya – Harriet Thorpe Rosie – Catherine Russell For most shows, when the band begins the overture, it’s expected that the audience might fall into a respectful hush. Does this happen at the Prince Of Wales? No, far from it, in fact as the sounds of ABBA begin to full the auditorium, the audience becomes excitable, noisy chatter …

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Legally Blonde The Musical Review Savoy Theatre

A brief review of my visit this week to see Olivier Award winner Legally Blonde the Musical at The Savoy Theatre. For those of you that haven’t seen the musical or the film, the storyline goes something like this; College sweetheart and homecoming queen Elle Woods doesn’t take ‘no’ for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone ‘serious’, Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books, and heads for Harvard Law …

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Review of Billy Elliot The Musical Victoria Palace Theatre

We went to see Billy Elliot The Musical at the Victoria Palace Theatre on Tuesday and were once again ‘blown away’ by this brilliant musical. For those of you that haven’t seen Billy Elliot (I cannot believe that there are people that haven’t seen it but you never know), a brief synopsis:  Set in the North East, Billy Elliot is the celebration of one young boy’s dream. The story is about the coming of age …

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Betty Blue Eyes Review Novello Theatre

I went to see Betty Blue Eyes at the Novello Theatre London this week and what a treat it was! This is Cameron Mackintosh’s first original production for ten years and he comments that Betty Blue Eyes is “one of the best things that I have ever done”, which is high praise indeed. You may well wish to go and see the show and judge for yourself. The musical is based on the 1984 film …

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