9 March 2023
The Rocky Horror Show: Unapologetically outlandish
Two cookie-cutter college kids are in for craziest night EVER of dancing, aliens, sex and time warps after a chance encounter with the saucy corset-wearing, chainsaw-bearing Dr Frank-N-Furter…
7 February 2023
Wodehouse In Wonderland review: Comedy? Musical? Tragedy? Children’s programme?
Showered with light-hearted humour, this witty dramatisation of Wodehouse’s life jumbles together literature, theatre and a dash of musicality whilst being sneakily educational.
6 February 2023
Dogfight Review - by Noah Walker-C
This is a review of a production of Dogfight I saw performed at Bournemouth and Poole College.
24 January 2023
Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody – Class, glamour and hard-hitting reality.
Rippling with emotion, humour and charisma, this film will drag you through the glitzy façade and into the seedy side-streets of stardom.
3 January 2023
Review: Is &Juliet the musical worth seeing?
Over the past 3 years &Juliet has developed cult following in the west end, but with it's closure looming does this beloved show deserve its fate and should you see it before it closes its doors? Here's what I thought of this west end staple.
5 December 2022
Shrewsbury Theatre Severn Pantomime: Utterly Unmissable
A smashing show ‘Fitt’ for the West End. Watch out Shrewsbury, Brad is back! ‘The perfect anecdote to everything going wrong in the year’ - David Jack, Theatre manager.
25 November 2022
A review of NATIVITY! The Musical
NATIVITY! The Musical is written, directed, and composed by the award-winning Debbie Isitt. I went along to the opening night at Birmingham Repertory Theatre to see this production and here is what I thought...
22 November 2022
The Phantom of the Opera (West End) - A review by Bobby Seymour
A review of the spectacular West End production of Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Phantom of the Opera.
17 August 2022
Manic Street Creature
Manic Street Creature is a disarming must-see piece of gig theatre at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival
15 August 2022
An audience-decided parody cram-packed with musical improv
2 May 2022
Les Miserables West End Review
Here's my review of the West End production of the legendary “Les Miserables” in the Sondeim theatre. A must see show, reads on to learn why.
16 April 2022
Olivier Awards 2022: Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club wins seven awards
The 2022 Olivier Awards return to the Royal Albert Hall for a star-studded night where musical revival Cabaret takes home top prizes.
11 April 2022
The TikTok musical: From 2020 living rooms to the 2022 Grammy’s
Following Barlow & Bear’s Grammy win for Best Musical Theater Album, we look back at the rise of the humble TikTok musical.
30 March 2022
Spielberg’s West Side Story (2021) versus the original West Side Story (1961)
Both are instant classics, but Spielberg tells the same story in an updated way – some critics even argue it surpasses the original. Here's how the two compare for better or worse.
23 March 2022
Voice Retrospect: Sing Street
Sing Street is the perfect coming of age tale for music lovers everywhere regardless of age
10 March 2022
Cyrano Review: Joe Wright’s latest romantic movie musical fails to hit the right note
Cyrano is a musical film that is constantly dancing beautifully in different directions, it just doesn't know what direction is the right one
7 March 2022
A review of Everybody's Talking About Jamie by Noa
This is a review of Everybody's Talking About Jamie that I saw at The Mayflower Theatre in Southampton (Disclaimer: I missed the first 30 minutes of the show due to a delayed coach! But I have seen the pro-shot so I do know it well)
20 September 2021
Is this the end of creative freedom?
We’re moving into the age of cultural ‘wokeness’ and still finding our feet. This culture is limiting musicians and fostering a negative environment for them. Did it set a new precedent when Olivia Rodrigo added writing credits to good 4 u?