When it comes to David Walliams’ books and plays I find it best to take along a young person to get their perspective: This amazing play brought humour to the… Read more Mr. Stink, Chickenshed Theatre →
warrior, poet, apprentice, orator, filmaker, geek.
Having never read a David Walliams book before I did not know what to expect from the stage adaptation, so I took along a young person who had. Here is… Read more Gangsta Granny, Garrick Theatre →
Twitstorm pitches itself as the ‘hilarious exploration of what can happen when the self-righteousness of social media gets out of hand.’ As a regular on Twitter, my interest was piqued… Read more Twitstorm, Park Theatre →
Billed as the new British musical, Paper Hearts is on tour after rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016. The show is now at Upstairs At The Gatehouse, a quaint theatre unsurprisingly above a pub called the Gatehouse in Highgate village, until 20th May 2017. Set almost entirely in a book store, this musical flits between writer Atticus’ real life and the lives of the Russian characters in the novel he is writing. There were a lot of things to enjoy about this new musical. The use of a small… Read more Paper Hearts, Upstairs At The Gatehouse →
I am never quite sure what to expect when a show starts with the performer genuinely chatting with the audience. In space as intimate as Oval Houses upstairs theatre the… Read more Perfectly Imperfect Women, Oval House Theatre →