Les Miserable at Queens Theatre, London.

Bit of a Les Mis fan me……and this must be my seventh visit to this amazing musical. As I said in my opening post, Les Mis is a marmite musical and I am definitely a lover not a hater. In my mind it never disappoints and this performance was no different. The hardest part was …

All about Eve, Noel Coward Theatre.

Hosting a great cast and starring Gillian Anderson and Lily James, this Ivo van Hove directed play, adapted from the 1950’s film, displayed the directors trademark use of camera’s back stage, enabling live feed displayed on screens showing what was happening “meanwhile”, while front of stage took on the task of unwrapping this psychological thriller. …

‘’Morph” performed by Greenwich and Lewisham Youth Theatre

Performed as part of a day conference on Autism, which had a heavy influence on the mental health of young people with ASD, this short play written by Mandi Chivasa (seen here on the left of the photo) addressed the very difficult issues of the effects of depression and social anxiety that so often effect …

The South, Under The Bridge.

Not the usual football stadium for me to visit or the usual south (Pride of South London……..SE25!) however an excuse needed for a night out with friends took us to Under The Bridge, below Chelsea FC Stanford Bridge Football stadium, to see a breakaway band from the former Beautiful South in the form of The …