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JULIE: THE MUSICAL | REVIEW

JULIE: the Musical

Rating: ★★★★★
Venue: The Other Palace, London
Cast: Sam Kearney-Edwardes, Melinda Orengo, Abey Bradbury and Zachary Pang 

Julie D’Aubigny is down in history as one of the most chaotic characters to have ever lived – one of the first public figures to live as an openly bisexual woman, she seduced nuns, duelled multiple men at once, burnt down convents, was bribed by princes, innovated opera – all before she turned 30.

Featuring Live Music, Comedy, Tap Dancing Sword Fights, Twerking Nuns, Kazoo Choruses…and that’s just the first half!

MRS DOUBTFIRE MUSICAL | REVIEW

Mrs Doubtfire
Rating: ★★★★★
Venue: Shaftesbury Theatre, London
Cast: Gabriel Vick, Laura Tebbutt, Charlotte Fleming, Cameron Blakely, Marcus Collins, Matthew Goodgame, Micha Richardson and Ross Dawes

Out-of-work actor Daniel will do anything for his kids. After losing custody in a messy divorce, he creates the alter ego of Scottish nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire in a desperate attempt to stay in their lives. As his new character takes on a life of its own, Mrs. Doubtfire teaches Daniel more than he bargained for about how to be a father.

HOUSE OF LIFE | REVIEW

House of Life
Rating: ★★★★★
Venue: Soho Theatre, London
Cast: Ben Welch and Lawrence Cole 

One-part sermon, one-part purge, three-parts party. House of Life is a travelling musical cult collective hosted by the RaveRend, with one mission: to get you happy, at any cost. A space to celebrate. To elevate. To lay out your shit and wash it away. The chance to achieve absolute euphoric togetherness through the relentless powers of music and vibes.

STAGEY CHAT WITH KT MARSH

The next interview in our stagey chat series is with KT Marsh, who's currently in The Trials and Passions of Unfamous Women, playing at Brixton House as part of LIFT 2024.

Get yourself comfy and join us for the next segment of Stagey Chat!

BOYS FROM THE BLACKSTUFF | REVIEW

Boys From the Blackstuff

Rating: ★★★★★
Venue: Garrick Theatre, London
Cast: George Caple, Dominic Carter, Helen Carter, Aron Julius, Nathan McMullen, Lauren O’Neil, Jamie Peacock, Barry Sloane, Liam Tobin and Mark Womack

Chrissie, Loggo, George, Dixie and Yosser are used to hard work and providing for their families. But there is no work and there is no money. What are they supposed to do? Work harder, work longer, buy cheaper, spend less? They just need a chance.

STAGEY CHAT WITH KATIE PRITCHARD

The next interview in our stagey chat series is with Katie Pritchard, who's currently preparing to take over Edinburgh Fringe with her role in A Jaffa Cake Musical and her own solo musical comedy show, "Katie Pritchard: I Kiss the Music".

Get yourself comfy and join us for the next segment of Stagey Chat!

AVALON BY GIFFORDS CIRCUS | REVIEW

Avalon by Giffords Circus
Rating: ★★★★
Venue: Chiswick House & Gardens 
Cast: Maximiliano Stia, Nell O’Hara, Tyler West, Nick Hodge Dylan, Asia Medini, Pat Clarrison, Pip Ashley, Latoya Donnert, Morgan Barbour, Victoria Sejr, Dany Rivelino, Sita Rivelino, Andriy Moskva, Nikita Ostrovskyi, Serhii Niemtsev, Volodymyr Potaychuk and Denise Denyer 

AVALON is a show that will immerse the audience in a colourful medieval world of pageantry and Arthurian legend, with lavish costumes, opulent set, and a live band all conjured up by award winning international acclaimed performance designer takis, whose innovative and diverse body of work encompasses West End and leading UK theatre.

A NIGHT AT THE MOVIES | REVIEW

A Night at the Movies
Rating: ★★★★
Venue: St John Smith's Square, London
Cast: Peter Michael Davison (Conductor) and Southbank Sinfonia

Return to the worlds of your favourite films in this epic concert from Southbank Sinfonia. An ebullient brass fanfare announces the arrival of John Williams’ theme for Star Wars, before the orchestra takes a journey through the works of Bernard Hermann, Ennio Morricone, Joe Hisaishi, and more.

Grab some popcorn, put your feet up, and enjoy.

HOLE | REVIEW

Hole
Rating: ★★★★★
Venue: Old Red Lion Theatre, London
Cast: Matsume Kai

Meet Hole. She’s been told by a woman in a strip lighted, white-walled, disinfectant-smelling room that she has Binge Eating Disorder. It’s not a particularly sexy name, but it is what it says on the tin. Her mother, her teacher, they each try to help but only make things worse. She’s hollow, she’s hungry all the time and she doesn’t know why. And then from nowhere The Child appears. She doesn’t understand, but she knows she needs to follow The Child and go… down.

BABIES THE MUSICAL | REVIEW

Babies the Musical
Rating: ★★★★
Venue: The Other Palace, Review
Cast: Ashley Goh, Bradley Riches, Grace Towning, Jaina Brock-Patel, Lauren Conroy, Lucy Carter, Max Mulrenan, Morgan Phillips, Nathan Johnston, Rowan Macpherson, Viola Maisey and ZoĆ« Athena 

After a rise in pregnancies among the year above, the school’s sex education department are compelled to take action. Fuelled by a blistering pop-rock score, Babies follows nine classmates as they take on their most important school project yet: keeping a fake baby alive for an entire week. As the pressures of teenage life collide with the demands of parenting, the students are forced to ask themselves: what is it I really want? who is it I really want to be?

STAGEY CHAT WITH MATSUME KAI

The next interview in our stagey chat series is with Matsume Kai, who's just opened in one-person show, Hole, currently running at the Old Red Lion Theatre until 22nd June.

Get yourself comfy and join us for the next segment of Stagey Chat!