Monthly Archives: January 2013

Les Miserables: Why I’m Miserable

I’m normally a massive fan of musical films. One of my favourite (if not my absolute favourite) films of all time is West Side Story, and I adore The King and I, Calamity Jane, The Producers, Chicago, I could go on for hours…They’re a fantastically light-hearted and entertaining way of opening up the world of musical theatre to those […]

‘Pinch Me Is This Real?’, Loserville, Garrick Theatre, 26/10/2012

It’s important to know what you’re getting when you go to see Elliot Davis and James Bourne’s new jukebox musical Loserville. It’s essentially a story for teenagers, about teenagers. Set in a high school in 1971, the musical tells the story of Michael Dork, a computer geek working on being the one to discover how to send and receive messages between […]

‘We’re Living in the Middle of the Ocean on a Rusting Box on Stilts!’ – SEALAND, Wilde Theatre, Berkshire, 24/072012

Have you ever looked at the current economic crisis and wanted to escape? Dreamt of running away to a safe haven? A Utopia? What if the search for your little slice of heaven took you to the middle of the ocean, completely abandoned, on an old oil rig? Last week I went to see SEALAND […]