Twelfth Night- Royal Exchange

Twelfth Night Royal Exchange Theatre  Reviewed on Friday 5th May 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★★★ Photo Credit: Royal Exchange Theatre Jo Davies has transformed Shakespeare's already fun Twelfth Night into a charming, joyous production that really plays with gender and identity. It seats itself in the modern world with electric guitars, life jackets and fold up bicycles,... Continue Reading →

Wonderland- Palace Theatre

Wonderland Palace Theatre, Manchester Reviewed on Friday 28th April 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★★ Photo Credit: Ambassador Theatre Group. Based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, Wonderland is set in the modern day, where Alice is a disillusioned mother who desperately wants to escape from her drab world. Wonderland... Continue Reading →

Beautiful- The Carole King Musical- Aldwych Theatre

Beautiful- The Carole King Musical Aldwych Theatre Reviewed on Thursday 20th April 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★★★ Photo Credit: Getty Images- David M. Benett Following the career and personal life of Carole King, the musical starts with a seventeen-year-old girl with extraordinary talents. Carole sells “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and this is her first... Continue Reading →

Stepping Out- Vaudeville Theatre

Stepping Out Vaudeville Theatre Reviewed on Thursday 20th April 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★ Photo: London Theatre This Richard Harris play follows eight very different individuals who attend the same weekly tap dancing class. They initially use the classes to socialise and as a result, their tap is of a low standard. As they start... Continue Reading →

School of Rock- New London Theatre

School of Rock: The Musical New London Theatre Reviewed on Wednesday 19th April 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★★ Photo Credit: Tristram Kenton Based on the 2003 film, School of Rock follows Dewey Finn, an out-of-work rock performer, who pretends to be a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school to help pay rent. After identifying... Continue Reading →

Dreamgirls- Savoy Theatre

Dreamgirls Savoy Theatre Reviewed on Wednesday 19th April 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★★★ Photo Credit: Brinkhoff. Following the rise of three women- Effie, Deena and Lorrell- “The Dreamettes” lose their local talent contest but are spotted to sing back up for Jimmy ‘Thunder’ Early. Their careers soar, taking them from R&B to pop and gaining... Continue Reading →

The King and I- The Grange Theatre

The King And I The Grange Theatre Mid Cheshire Musical Theatre Company Reviewed on Saturday 15th April 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★ Photo Credit: The Grange Theatre. This Rodgers and Hammerstein classic follows the story of widowed Anna Loenowens, who becomes a school teacher to the King’s many children and his wives. She also tries... Continue Reading →

Jane Eyre- The Lowry

Jane Eyre The Lyric Theatre, The Lowry Reviewed on Monday 10th April 2017 by Sebastian Singh ★★★★ Turning a novel, especially a classic such as Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, into a theatrical production is no mean feat. Director Sally Cookson, in collaboration with the National Theatre and the Bristol Old Vic, has created an innovative and... Continue Reading →

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