A letter to Luke

32 years ago on 2nd October life changed forever, you were born, with a small amount of drama, you had to be rushed away quickly, but you were soon back. A healthy boy, 7lbs 12, blond hair and the most beautiful, smooth skin. An awful lot’s happened in those 32 years, it’s a long time! … More A letter to Luke

Waitress

I booked this musical as an after thought, one of the much hyped productions on the stage in London at the moment, I’d avoided it for a while. But Sara Bareilles pulled me in, she wrote the music and lyrics and I’m a fan of hers. Waitress is based on a book by Jessie Nelson, … More Waitress

In Basildon

It’s not often I’ve been left speechless after the end of a performance. But that was certainly the case with this latest production at the Queens Theatre. In Basildon is part two of the Spring series of plays/shows at this lovely local theatre. I’ve been to a lot of performances here and with the exception … More In Basildon

EQUUS

Another Facebook Ad, another play booked. This was a play I knew very little about, in spite of it being a famous story, but, I prefer not to know too much about what I’m going to see so I can form my own opinion. This was my first visit to the Theatre Royal Stratford, in … More EQUUS

Admissions

This was my 5th visit to the Trafalgar Studios, it’s becoming a favourite venue. Admissions is being performed in Studio 1, I really don’t think there’s a bad seat to be had. I was quite high up, but had a great view. I went into this one blind, just reading a little of the blurb … More Admissions