The Lion 🦁, the Witch 🧙‍♀️ and the Wardrobe, Bridge Theatre, London.

A childhood favourite brought to life in this fabulous theatre! The theatre only opened in 2017 and has been really well thought out with a large welcoming entrance housing the ticket office, bar, coffee bar, cloakroom and merchandising sales. The theatre itself is cosy and comfortable and the big impressive stage and the numerous toilets […]

The Greatest Play in the History of The World, Trafalgar Studios, London.

Performed by Julie Hesmondhalgh and written by her husband, Ian Kershaw, this story telling epic was phenomenal. A one woman show that embraced you like a cosey duvet on a cold winters night. The telling of this tale took you back to a safe, warm, bedtime story cuddled up with a well loved parent who […]

Ian McKellen on Stage, The Harold Pinter Theatre, London.

This great man is spending his 80th year, touring the country chatting about his life and sharing a multitude of monologues from a lifetime of stage and screen performances. Three hours listening to an old man whittle on doesn’t sound like an evening of theatrical entertainment but my goodness three hours was barely enough. Sir […]

The Laramie Project, 3rd Year BA Acting Students, RADA.

I had the chance tonight to see the 3rd year BA Acting students at RADA perform in a powerful play depicting a true story in the words of those who lived through the ordeal. Performed in a small intimate space, where at times the actors were right by your side, as close as a conversation, […]