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REVIEW: I Wish My Life Were Like a Musical, Live at Zedel

This perceptive and entertaining show celebrates the highs and lows of being a musical theatre performer through the songs of Alexander S. Bermange. 

For anyone who has even remotely considered that performing in a musical is their absolute dream – you might want to pop along to see this hilarious and insightful (if slightly exaggerated) show about how to land that leading role – particularly through all the hardships along the way. 372 more words


There Is A Flame That Never Dies

Disclaimer: Definitely contains spoilers

So I spent the afternoon in rainy Richmond watching Lucas being awesome in the new Millie tour, then got stuck on the District line for friggin’ ages on my way back to town, which cost me my chance to grab a much needed pre-Mis cup of tea. 3,615 more words

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PREVIEW: I Wish My Life Were Like a Musical, Live at Zedel

The show will play at Live at Zedel from the 9th to the 17th April and star former cast members of Wicked. 

This new musical revue will see Suzie Mathers reunite with  170 more words


The UK Decide on SuRie for Eurovision 2018!

Six songs battled it out in Brighton’s Dome this evening to be named the UK’s representative at Eurovision 2018. There could only be one winner and in a show hosted by Bake Off’s Mel Geidroyc and 2015 Eurovision Mans Zelmerlow, it was SuRie who was crowned the winner. 38 more words


Eurovision 2018: The United Kingdom entries.

A lot has happened since February last year. I’ve been made redundant and given a sack of cash, travelled to Australia and around Europe, covered the Edinburgh Fringe and Film Festival for… 552 more words


Ranking: UK's You Decide Contenders

Earlier this week the UK revealed the six songs that will battle it out in the You Decide grand final on 7 February. Before then, we have given all songs a listen and rated and ranked them from worst to best. 39 more words


You Decide: Meet the UK Eurovision Hopefuls for 2018!

For the last two years, the UK have been trying to turn their Eurovision luck around with not a huge amount of success, but they’re sticking with their guns by choosing to once again hold their Eurovision national final, You Decide. 181 more words