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Review | We Want You To Watch

“Violent porn makes violent people.” The National Theatre production of We Want You To Watch is a dynamic and commanding performance exploring pornography and its impact on people. RashDash Theatre Company are renowned for their use of movement and music and the effect of this was astounding. The play is set around four short pieces that…

REVIEW | Sunset Blvd | WBOS

Last night I was invited to see Sunset Blvd at the Wolverhampton Grand by The West Bromwich Operatic Society. The Andrew Lloyd Webber blockbuster musical has a sublime score and it tells the story of faded movie star Norma Desmond who is desperate to return to the big screen. She encounters struggling screenwriter Joe Gillis who is working…

Midlands Theatre News | BITA

I recently wrote a post about the extortionate costs that are involved with young people going to drama school in order to fulfil their ambition to one day be on the stage. I expressed my concerns with the amount of money that is spent in order to give themselves a chance of success. You can…

Peter Pan Panto Cast Interviews | The Chuckle Brothers | John Altman | Ross Carpenter

Last week I attended the pantomime launch for the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre’s panto Peter Pan. I was incredibly excited to be able to interview my childhood heroes The Chuckle Brothers. They are starring alongside John Altman, most famous for playing Nick Cotton in Eastenders and the ever so talented Ross Carpenter. Peter Pan is running…