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…

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…

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…

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…

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…