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Madagascar the Musical UK Tour

REVIEW | Madagascar the Musical | UK Tour

The animated 2005 smash-hit film Madagascar has been brought to life in an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza for the stage. Condensed into two 45 minute acts of pure joy, it’s terrific production perfect for the whole family with the characters we all know and love.  Selladoor’s production is light and frothy as it uses superb puppetry…

A Moment of Madness - The Other Way Works. Photo credit Graeme Braidwood

REVIEW | A Moment Of Madness | Flatpack Festival

Immersive theatre is becoming increasingly popular and at this year’s Flatpack Festival, theatre company The Other Way Works have created a new production titled A Moment Of Madness that puts you in the heart of the action.  The company aim to allow their audiences to explore places and perspectives using real world spaces and emerging technologies. In this production…

Club Tropicana the Musical UK Tour

REVIEW | Club Tropicana | UK Tour

The sun was certainly shining down at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre last night at the opening of Club Tropicana the Musical. It was like stepping back into a time machine watching the 80s extravaganza unfold with all the cheese you’d expect. Welcomed to the Club Tropicana hotel by host Joe McElderry, we are sucked into…

Audrey Brisson in Amélie the Musical at the Watermill Theatre. Photo credit: Pamela Raith

REVIEW | Amélie | Watermill Theatre

Amélie is a musical based on the iconic film that first premiered on Broadway. The Watermill Theatre’s brand new production strips it right back to its whimsical storytelling performed by an exceptional cast cast. I’d heard of the film and wasn’t overly familiar with the story, but Amélie is a story about connections and self-discovery….

Isabel Adomakoh Young in rehearsals for Venice Preserved at the RSC

INTERVIEW | Isabel Adomakoh Young on Having a Multi-Hyphenate Creative Career & Debuting at the RSC

Isabel Adomakoh Young is an actor, writer and a creative multi-hyphenate that has many strings to her bow. With everything from producing festivals, writing plays, books and articles and even performing as a Drag King, there isn’t much Isabel hasn’t already achieved. I spoke to her about her latest venture in pursuing a career in…