Bend It Like Beckham @Phoenix Theatre, 01/02/2016

Can we all agree that the 2002 movie with Keira Knightley is one of the best things to come out of the naughties besides Britney Spears? Even 15 years later I very much enjoy watching it. So how bad could a musical version really be? I honestly did not know what to expect. Let me tell you – Bend It Like Beckham is one the … Continue reading Bend It Like Beckham @Phoenix Theatre, 01/02/2016

Red Velvet @The Garrick Theatre, 28/01/2016

I will happily admit I don’t know as much about acting as I might do about music but I can without a doubt say that Red Velvet at the Garrick Theatre is truly triumphant. The story is inspiring as much as it is based on a true story. In 1833 Ira Aldridge is brought to London’s Covent Garden to replace Edmund Kean who had collapsed … Continue reading Red Velvet @The Garrick Theatre, 28/01/2016

A Christmas Carol @Noel Coward Theatre, 18/01/2016

Who doesn’t know the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and the spirits of Christmas past, present and yet-to-come? Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has been adapted by many a theatre and even Hollywood. We all know the story, but never have I ever come across a Scrooge quite this charming and loveable even. We all feel for Scrooge at the end of any A Christmas … Continue reading A Christmas Carol @Noel Coward Theatre, 18/01/2016

The Lorax @The Old Vic, 04/12/2015

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing’s going to get better. It’s not.” Says the Once-ler at the end of Dr. Seuss childrens’ book. The beloved American author has delivered the basis to many heart-warming Hollywood hits and has played a big role in many a child’s life growing up. I first learned about Dr. Seuss when I worked as a nanny … Continue reading The Lorax @The Old Vic, 04/12/2015

Henry IV @Barbican, 25/11/2015

The Royal Shakespeare Company is currently staging three of Shakespeare’s historic plays at the Barbican Theatre under the King And Country series. Henry V is part of that serious in light of the 600th anniversary of the Battle Of Agincourt. It’s the year 1415 and Henry IV is dead, Henry V must leave his youth behind and rally the troops in hopes to to reunite … Continue reading Henry IV @Barbican, 25/11/2015

Future Conditional @ The Old Vic, 14/09/2015

Have you ever seen a play that made your skin tingle? In plain English – goosebumps. This play was one of those. It may be my personal connection to education, nevertheless you will be able to relate to on point or another during the performance. I don’t know much about the British education system other than the usual stereotypes about private and public schools, Oxford … Continue reading Future Conditional @ The Old Vic, 14/09/2015