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Pick of The West End

The West End is saturated with a cornucopia of musicals, plays and extraordinary theatrical pieces – it’s not always easy to know what to choose and often tempting to want to see it all! 597 more words

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The Plot of Whistle Down the Wind

Act 1

In a small church in Louisiana the congregation is about to sing a song, “Vaults of Heaven”. After the song, the preacher concludes his sermon, and the congregation go their separate ways (Overture). 1,154 more words


An Interactive Workshop at Theatre Royal Plymouth's Wardrobe Department

Today I had the opportunity to participate in an interactive workshop at Theatre Royal Plymouth’s Wardrobe Department. As a drama enthusiast I’ve seen, and even worn, many magnificent costumes but I’ve never seen them in the making. 778 more words

10 Reasons To See 'The Pirates of Penzance'

We open on Friday! And if you need any convincing here are ten very good reasons to buy a ticket…

1. Joe Hewlett is ridiculously attractive.

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'The Dinner Party Game'

After spending last night writing a pretty dull essay, I’m feeling the need to write something flippant and silly.

So. We all know the game. If you could invite any five people, living or dead, to a dinner party, who would you choose? 776 more words

I'm Obsessed With 'Yank!'

So I actually saw Yank back on the 30th of March at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester but as it is now transferring to Charing Cross Theatre on 3rd July 2017 it only felt right to share how obsessed I am with it. 414 more words