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Mother-and-Son

Mother and Son

The long awaited premiere of Mother and Son at The Comedy Theatre in Melbourne was well worth the wait. It’s difficult to believe it's been 30 years since Read more...


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Guys-and-Dolls

Guys and Dolls

Opening night of Guys and Dolls in Melbourne at the State Theatre was a glittering evening filled with celebrities and an array of wonderful hits including, Read more...

Nascimento-Square

Nascimento Square

To coincide with the start of World Cup Brazil 2014, a new piece of writing by Matthew Jure kicked off proceedings – Nascimento Square - a love letter to Brazil’s history, folklore and football. Read more...

Independence

Independence

In this, a tale of two cities (or one city and one archipelago to be precise), Edinburgh Stage School director Julian Wickham once again proved that he has his finger on the Read more...


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Naked-Women

Naked Women

As part of the Bongo Lives! Festival, Naked Women, written, produced and directed by Julian Wickham, was the second production by the Read more...

Shake-Rattle-n-Roll

Shake Rattle 'n' Roll

April 11 marked the opening night of the returning (by popular demand) Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll to Melbourne's Her Majesty's Theatre, and went off with a bang as audience Read more...

Dirty-Rotten-Scoundrels

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

If you like your shows big, bold with great songs and witty lines aplenty then look no further than Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. The stage adaption of eighties comedy film classic Read more...

Bill-Hicks-20th-Anniversary-evening

Bill Hicks 20th Anniversary evening

The original goat boy himself was honoured in fine style on the 20th anniversary of his death at Dingwalls in Camden Lock on Wednesday night. Read more...

Blaze---Peacock-Theatre,-London

Blaze - Peacock Theatre, London

Three years after the International Street Dance troupe exploded onto the scene and a world tour, which has seen its 16 dancers perform to over 300,000 Read more...

Once---A-New-Musical,-Phoenix-Theatre

Once - A New Musical, Phoenix Theatre

Walking into the ornate Phoenix theatre, you find the stage already transformed into a Dublin pub, the cast improvising around traditional Irish tunes Read more...

Sweeney-Todd---The-Demon-Barber-Of-Fleet-Street

Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street

Did you come here for a pie' Then you made the right choice, for the worst pies in London surely didn’t disappoint in this confident and enthusiastically performed Read more...

Strangers-On-A-Train

Strangers On A Train

Alfred Hitchcock's chiller, Strangers on a Train has made its mark on London's theatre land. Robert Allan Ackerman’s stage production at The Gielgud theatre Read more...

Michael-McIntyre

Michael McIntyre

You had to be quick on the internet draw to get tickets for this chance to see arena filling Michael McIntyre in the intimate setting of the Leicester Square Theatre last night but Read more...

The-Bodyguard---The-Musical

The Bodyguard - The Musical

16th October 2013 was media night for The Bodyguard, The Musical in London’s West End. A night where the British media and fellow celebrities would Read more...

Rob-Schneider-Live

Rob Schneider Live

Rob Schneider graced our shores on Monday night, performing at the Comedy Theatre in Melbourne. He started strong and kept the momentum going throughout the majority of the act. Read more...

An-Evening-With-Kathy-Griffin

An Evening With Kathy Griffin

Admittedly, I was looking forward to reviewing Kathy Griffin at The Palais in St Kilda. Although I wasn’t a fan from her Suddenly Susan days, Read more...

SIRO-A

SIRO-A

When I first heard I was reviewing Tokyo’s answer to the Blue Man Group I was genuinely excited and approached Leicester Square theatre with a real sense of anticipation. Read more...

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The-Squeaky-Clean

The Squeaky Clean

The Squeaky Clean is in reality more of a mild soap opera than a bittersweet comedy, which is how it is described. Not a great deal actually happens – we have a struggling Fulham family who Read more...

Stomp

Stomp

Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas created stomp in 1991. It was the result of a ten-year collaboration between the duo. Incredibly, Stomp has been running for 22 years and has been seen by over 15 million people in 48 countries. Read more...

Hot-Shoe-Shuffle

Hot Shoe Shuffle

Hot Shoe Shuffle led the way for Tap Dogs and The Boy From Oz, as it was the first Australian musical to be successful both internationally and domestically. Read more...

Cavalia:-A-Magical-Encounter-Between-Human-And-Horse

Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human And Horse

Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human And Horse is a spellbinding experience and one you won’t forget any time soon. Opening night in the Big Top at the Docklands was a magical extravaganza filled with majestic horses, talented riders, and hypnotic acrobats. Read more...

King-Kong---Live-On-Stage

King Kong - Live On Stage

From the moment King Kong appears at on stage at The Regent Theatre in Melbourne, his sheer enormity and power have you gripped. King Kong emerges through the misty depths Read more...

Once-the-musical

Once the musical

There can't be many, if any, other musicals that begin with the house lights up. But the fourth wall has already been broken tonight. A few lucky theatre-goers have enjoyed their pre-show drinks Read more...

Avenue-Q---The-Musical

Avenue Q - The Musical

When I first heard that award-winning musical Avenue Q – after running several years in the West End – would receive its London fringe premiere, I was a tad sceptical. Read more...

Flowerchildren:-The-Mamas-and-Papas-Story

Flowerchildren: The Mamas and Papas Story

Flowerchildren: The Mamas and Papas Story is compelling and effortlessly takes you on a journey to the first time you heard “California Dreamin” across the airwaves. Read more...

Legally-Blonde---The-Musical

Legally Blonde - The Musical

International award-winning, Legally Blonde The Musical, has arrived. The uplifting feel-good musical adaptation opened in Melbourne on May 09 at the Princess Theatre, after gracing audiences in Brisbane and Sydney. Read more...

Jack-Dee

Jack Dee

Jack Dee is a misery guts and proud of it. He wears the whinging, grumpy, Englishman tag to a tee; it bodes him well. Read more...

Shake-Rattle-n-Roll

Shake Rattle 'n' Roll

April 11 marked the opening night of the returning (by popular demand) Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll to Melbourne's Her Majesty's Theatre, and went off with a bang as audience members were transported back to the fabulous 50’s when Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, and Johnny O’Keefe were broadcast over the airwaves and into the hearts of many. Read more...

3-For-The-Price-Of-1-theatre-preview

3 For The Price Of 1 theatre preview

Southsea-based writer/director Roger Goldsmith presents three new short plays (for the price of one!) in what promises to be a hard-hitting excursion into the darker side of the human mind. Read more...

Crazy-For-You

Crazy For You

I love a Gershwin tune, how about you' Ok, you don’t have to LOVE Gershwin tunes to enjoy this utterly delightful comedy musical, but of course it helps. Read more...



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