Review: School of Rock at New London Theatre

Last week, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s newest masterpiece School of Rock: The Musical opened at the New London Theatre and attending school has never been this much fun. I went along to check it out for Ticketmaster UK and here’s how great this show is: Review: Smells like tween spirit

In The Heights @King’s Cross Theatre, 15/04/2016

At the back of King’s Cross station is the potentially coolest theater I have been to in London. King’s Cross Theatre currently hosts In The Heights and Railway Children. The stages are set unlike any other theater. The old rail tracks form the middle and stage of the theater, while the platforms on either side…

Show Boat @New London Theatre, 13/04/2016

Show Boat is the first musical ever staged. So to see it put back on a stage almost 90 years later and still be as powerful and amazing, was truly a treat. The show premiered on Broadway in 1927 and tells the story of freedom and love. The storyline is set in America’s Deep South…

The Painkiller @The Garrick Theatre, 15/03/2016

If you like slapstick and you like Rob Brydon, this play is for you. For a limited time only The Painkiller runs at The Garrick Theatre as part of their Kenneth Brannagh season. The basic storyline: contract killer meets suicidal divorcee. Sounds funny? It is! The set is split into two hotel rooms and the…

Sunny Afternoon @Harold Pinter Theatre, 01/03/2016

Oh this is definitely one of my favorite musicals so far. I love The Kinks, and the 60s in general. You can’t listen to Sunny Afternoon or Waterloo Sunset and not want to sing along or dance. The musical is all about the back story of the brothers from London. How The Kinks became such…

Guys n Dolls @ Savoy Theatre, 24/02/2016

Luck be a lady tonight, luck be a lady tonight, luck if you ever were a lady to begin with… la la la. In all seriousness though, Guys n Dolls at the Savoy Theatre will leave you humming all the way home. The story line is classic, Nathan Detroit is in need of money for…

Hand To God @Vaudeville Theatre, 18/02/2016

Comedy is a funny thing, literally and figuratively. You never know if someone else will find the same thing as hilarious as you do, especially when you cross cultural boundaries. I have learned from living in different countries, humor can be very different and it can be difficult to explain a joke that’s laugh-out-loud funny…