Defying gravity in Bristol

Take a seat, grab a cup of tea and let me tell you a story. A tale of a green witch and a pretty, sparkly witch, who live in a magical world with munchkins, talking animals and the Emerald City. I've heard this, it's the Wizard of Oz, you say. Well, not quite, but it... Continue Reading →


The haunting tale of a fading star

Sunset Boulevard is the tragic tale of the once brilliant actress Norma Desmond, who has faded out of the limelight, and the struggling writer Joe Gillis who is desperately trying to make it big in Hollywood. It is a gothic, desperately sad story of how obsession and fame can end in madness and horror. To... Continue Reading →

A theatre phenomenon!

Last night I went to see Slava's Snow Show, and this morning I am still picking cobwebs out of my hair! If that baffles you then good – for that is the intention of the show! Slava's Snow Show is a real treat for the senses. It combines lights, sounds, mime, and objects to make... Continue Reading →

Left speechless by War Horse

It’s not often that I’m left speechless, but as I left the theatre after seeing War Horse I struggled to find the words to explain how I felt. For someone who had to write a review on the show that posed a slight problem! Now, the following day, I’m still trying to find the right... Continue Reading →

My Fair Lady was just loverley!

Cor blimey guv'nor, I had a proper loverley time watching My Fair Lady at the Bristol Hippodrome last night! It was a  bubble bath from start to finish and I had a real pearly gate night! For those of you that don’t speak cockney rhyming slang (and I had the help of google translate!) the... Continue Reading →

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