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Grease The Musical was PHENOMENAL 😭❤️⠀

If you're considering whether or not to book a last-minute ticket for one of the matinee performances at @thecentre_yganolfan this week, I say to go for it, even if it means to book a half day or a day off to get to one of the early showings.⠀

❗️If you didn’t already know, the stage musical of Grease came FIRST in 1972 and it was very different from the fluffy teen movie. Over time it became more sanitised for the stage to appeal to a wider audience. By the time we got to the 1978 film adaptation we all know and love, it had changed dramatically. ⠀

If you go in not having done your research, expecting a carbon copy of the film with the exact same timeline and song placements, be prepared to be let down. This production is more of an amalgamation of the original musical and the film that followed, and it’s bloody amazing. More to come in the blog, still writing it ☺️ {attended press night in return for blog review}⠀

Lots of seats left:⠀
- Wednesday 16 October 2019, 2:30pm⠀
- Thursday 17 October 2019, 2:30pm ⠀

Only a couple of individual seats (I would happily go again alone if I had the free time):⠀
- Thursday 17 October 2019, 7:30pm ⠀
- Wednesday 16 October 2019, 7:30pm ⠀
- Friday 18 October 2019, 7:30pm


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Inspired by artist Nico's stark, innovative 1968 album The Marble Index, The Nico Project heads to the Arts Centre Melbourne this week. Performer Maxine Peake and Director Sarah Frankcom - alongside 15 female musicians from Australia and the UK – lead an exhilarating exploration into the world of female creativity and its devastating cost in a field dominated by men.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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We're loving what the Melbourne International Arts Festival has in store this month - to find out what you should be seeing, check out our reviews page, including this great review from Alice! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Malory Towers, Oxford Playhouse
Martini Rating: 🍸🍸🍸🍸 NARRATIVE: Darrell Rivers is starting school with an eager mind and fierce heart. Unfortunately she also has a quick temper! Can she learn to tolerate the infuriating Gwendoline Lacey, or value the kind hearted Sally Hope? Can she save the school play and rescue terrified Mary Lou from the grip of a raging storm? If she can do these things anywhere, she will do them at Malory Towers!

Wise Children’s adaptation of Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers was an exhilarating, youthful and perfect-for-all-ages touring production. Much like the company’s inaugural adaptation of Angela Carter’s Wise Children, their version of Malory Towers delivered a stylised, uplifting and kiss-ass Girl-Power story, devised with playful and musical elements that formulated not only an exquisite love letter to both the Theatre and Shakespeare, (like ‘Wise Children’), but also an emotive and pure piece of theatre with extraordinary levels of relevancy and urgency. Thus the adaptation was intricately peppered with moral messages, tackling the importance of sisterhood as well as gender identity and acceptance. Aside from the crafting of beautifully balanced, high-spirited drama with meaningful elements, the production also exuded a charming side of naughtiness and comedic excellence as the students frolicked around and began finding themselves at their new school. The company is therefore clearly defining its theatre practice and main objectives, as well as doing an excellent job of promoting inclusivity and diversity, both in their casting and content (i.e their use of sign language and music). The dream sequence animation designed by Beth Carter and Stuart Mitchell, (as well as the Video Design by Simon Baker), projected onto the white architecture of Malory Towers complete with two large spires, was in its totality magical. The attention to detail and inventiveness of Carter and Mitchell’s work was the highlight of the show. Combining with the duo-levelled design by Lez Brotherston to create an aesthetically appealing and malleable set, with movable elements such as the beds, that allowed for the cast to run, jump, dance and climb...


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Theatre Reviews:A life well lived…and living
http://www.parikiaki.com/2019/10/theatre-reviewsa-life-well-lived-and-living/
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★★★
Two Ladies
The Bridge Theatre

Wonderful performances from Zoë Wanamaker and Zrinka Cvitešić. I wanted more from the play itself though which was quite predictable I thought.


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A Brimful of Asha is the hilarious true story of a man whose Indian-born parents want only the best for him, whatever his thoughts on the matter. Part of the Melbourne International Arts Festival, this show is on at A Brimful of Asha right now, so if you want to know if this is a show you should be checking out, have a read of Kerrie's review! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I’m COMING OUT...
...as a member of the Media once again.
The new LGBTQ San Diego County News published its premiere issue today.
I can now share that I am a contributing writer and will soon join the staff as investigative reporter with plans to begin a theatre review column and other innovative online and social media platforms.
My life-long friend Bigmike SanDiego has also been hired as Photo Editor under the leadership of Publisher Terry Sidie, Associate Publisher and another life-long friend Nicole Murray-Ramirez with our Editor-in-chief Albert Fulcher.
Get ready San Diego we are Creating Community like you’ve never seen before. #creatingcommunity #alertthemedia #gaysandiego #investigativejournalism #theatrereviews #wearebettertogether #nationalcomingoutday


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Falsettos
(The Other Palace)
7 Goldblums outta 10 Goldblums 🌟
Classical LGBT musical making come back.
Story follows 5 jews. A family of three with closeted gay father who decides to step out and run away with his lover. While attending the therapy he recommends therapist to his wife, who later ends up with him.
The musical tackles coming out, moving on, HIV and LGBT topics. Songs are performed beautifully. I saw understudy for Trina - Natasha O'Brien and she just slayed "Trina's song".
Set is a bit cheap. Second half is better - although predictable.
First time performed in 1992, musical fails to be much of importance. With plays such as Inheritance, who dives so deep into HIV outburst, gay culture and history - Falsettos feels outdated.
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The Les Misérables Staged Concert lives up to it’s ‘all star’ name. It is made up of a group of ideal leads and a wonderful ensemble. The orchestra, lead by the musical director Steve Moss, was rightfully recognised by the audience throughout the production.
The show is usually lead by Alfie Boe, however I chose to see it on a Monday, in order to see John Owen Jones, who plays three shows a week. His Jean Valjean was beautiful, displaying so much expression into each line he sung. Playing the antagonist of the show, Inspector Javert, was Michael Ball, and he was my only criticism of the cast, while being known for having such a powerful voice, he simply didn’t stand out even when singing songs like the Confrontation or his Soliloquy, even though he delivered the iconic song Stars very well. After hearing so much about Carrie Hope Fletcher I was keen to see her portrayal of Fantine, and I can’t express how impressed I was of it. Her voice is perfect and she conveyed the tragic story of Fantine, showing her vulnerability yet her determination to care for her daughter. The Thénardiers, played by Matt Lucas and Katy Secombe, provided the perfect element of comedy, adding so many moments of dialogue between themselves. Shan Ako and Lily Kerhoas made wonderful West End debutes. Rob Houchen was an amazing Marius, his higher notes especially stood out to me, and he sung ‘empty chairs at empty tables’ with so much depth. However, to me, the star of the show, alongside Carrie Hope Fletcher, was Bradley Jaden, as Enjolras, portraying the character as having the impeccable mix of passion and hope in his leadership, his ‘Do you hear the people sing’ demonstrated this. He will be returning to the role of Javert in the new production and he is as equally impressive playing that role, be sure to go see it.
However if Les Mis is new to you, I recommend you to not see the show as it lacks the emotion you would usually get from the normal production, whereas if you’re familiar with the show or cast members, it’s definitely worth seeing! The show is running until the end of November, however there’s a limited amount of tickets remaining!


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One Man, Two Guvnors
(National Theatre Live)
7 Goldblums outta 10 Goldblums 🌟
I was very intrigued to see this 2011 aka "Corden" production. Its truly one of those farce comedies about nothing. It got some few cheeky laughs from me, but I would be interested to see how this "would" fly in 2019 given human rights and political situation.
The story is about anything and nothing. Some two shakespearean lovers, where one crosdresses and both cannot live without each other. One sassy, always hungry fool overestimating his abilities big time. One over-feminine-secretly-know-all lady with over funny one liners (more like eye rollers). A couple whose iq combined wouldnt stand a chance against an iq of a loaf of bread. And father with his chaps - no reason to be there, but why not. 🤷‍♀️
Shenanigans, kerfuffle, 4th wall breaking, running around in shambles - thats all there is to know. Plot is scarce, yet somehow they entertain the hell out of the piece. The cast was strong, clearly, not afraid to play and throw each other off. Funny, creative, enthusiastic - its a joy to watch them. Its easy to understand why industry said that this play landed Corden Late Late shows wheely chair. He intereacts with audience and he is really really good with it.
Fake audience participation was an interesting bit where I sat on the edge of my seat questioning how staged was it, till the bows "audience member" revealed herself as part of the cast. Although touche to her for playing it convincingly.
That said, razzle dazzle me all you want if story is weak - nothing to be done much about it. You gain absolutelly nothing from it. I didnt find it particularly funny since jokes where quite sexist and a lot of time or the verge of being homophobic, racy and cheap. (Again, highly doubt this would fly high in 2019). All in all, you come for the cast and you enjoy their freedom in buffoonery and nothing more.
#onemantwoguvnors #ntlive #nationaltheatre #goldblumsreviews #goldblums #theatre #theatrereviews #reviews #jamescorden #corden #london #greenwichpicturehouse


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STARC Productions returns to the Bakehouse Theatre this October with the much loved romance Frankie & Johnny in the Clair de Lune by Tony award-winning playwright Terrence McNally. We sent Lisa along to check this one out, and she absolutely loved it! We can't wait to read her review.
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Part One-
🎵In sleep he sang to me, in dreams he came 🎵
To continue on our celebration of all things chilling this month, we turn now to one of the most iconic musicals ever to have debuted on the stage, The Phantom of the Opera. This show holds a special place in my heart, as it was the first musical I ever saw, and it certainly got me hooked! Giving us a look into the Paris Opera House in 1905, we follow the life of a young soprano girl, named Christine Daae, who upon learning of a ghostly figure who is terrorizing the theatre, becomes fascinated with unearthing the secret of this phantom figure. However, this is no ghost story, but instead the figure is a musical genius, disfigured from birth. He develops a strong infatuation with Christine, and privately tutors her, while causing chaos in the theatre, ensuring Christine gets her rise to the lead. While Christine yearns for her childhood sweetheart, the Phantom tries to win over her affections, and kidnaps Christine, who must now choose between the love of her life, or this strong attraction she feels towards the Phantom.

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Part Two- 🎶You alone can make my song take flight, help me make the music of the night🎶
The Phantom of the Opera was devised from the 1910 book by famed French novelist, Gaston Leroux. As odd as it may seem, the novel is based almost entirely on truth. Many of the more surreal aspects of the story, such as the underground lake under the Paris Opera House, mysterious happenings within the theatre, and the grand Chandelier crashing to the stalls, are actually all true. Stories of a ghostly figure causing havoc among the theatre date back all the way to early 1900’s, with sightings matching the description of ‘a disfigured man’. When Andrew Lloyd Webber adapted the story in 1986 to the classic musical we know and love today, he endeavoured to keep the story as intact as possible, and stayed incredibly true to the novel. With grand sets, incredible costumes, a timeless score and beautiful choreography, you feel truly transported to 20th century Paris. It is little wonder that this is one of the most popular shows in the world, and the longest running show on Broadway, running almost every day since 1988, with almost 13,200 performances under its belt.

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Part Three-
🎵Past the point of no return, no backwards glances 🎵
As I say, this musical is one I can attribute to my now blossomed love for musical theatre. The enormous scale of this show, and the passion that each actor must possess regardless of their role, is one that's hard to parallel. Even listening to the soundtrack as I write this, I can hear the passion and emotion in every single voice, which I think is something that can be hard to find with other musicals, and on the whole this makes me feel so much more. I think that's the beauty of Phantom, you feel along with the characters, you feel the horror, the love, the mystery, but most of all the passion, and when you mix that in with the set, costume, lighting, and that infamous chandelier crash, you create a spectacular performance. Phantom takes up the first 10 songs of my Spotify playlist, and it has been that way for the last 8 years, and I don't see that changing anytime soon. I love this show, and if you've never seen it, then I urge you to change that asap!

I give The Phantom of the Opera 5 Angels of the Night out of 5 😇😇😇😇😇
Favourite Song: Masquerade
Dream Role: The Phantom
Realistic Role: The Chandelier

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Come this Sunday at 3pm for the last opportunity at @kingsheadtheatre to see these lovely actors in action in Drawn and Quartered by @maggiebofillita . ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “beautiful acting- a tense and emotional show, worth watching”
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Looking forward to seeing the lovely production of Madagascar on Wednesday night! I'm sure it will brighten a normal weeknight! 🦓🦁🐅🐘#hippodrome #madagascar #manicmumdaysreviews #wednesdaynight #reviewonblogsoon #theatrereviews #familytheatre #familyshows #theatre


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From Corrie conman to Coriolanus, and from Troilus & Cressida (he’s not a fan) to Widow Twankey, there’s nothing grand about Sir Ian McKellen (for instance, he shares the fact that he got his first erection in the dress circle of the Manchester Grand). Perhaps his best moment comes during a reminiscence of a creaking Agatha Christie play - as an 80-year old, he gives a time-defeating impersonation of his 22-year old self pretending to be 80. He’s fast on his feet – coming to say hello during the interval to those of us in the rear stalls, and then, after his final bow, he was round the front of the theatre two minutes later, yellow bucket in hand collecting for charity. Health, memory and joy all gloriously intact.
@ianmckellen, @sean.mathias
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MAMMA MIA! by @alburywodongatheatrecompany ‪4-12 OCTOBER 2019‬ Albury Entertainment Centre ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The ‘jukebox musical extravaganza’ which is MAMMA MIA! premiered in Albury on Friday night. It tells the rather illogical story about a young woman Sophie, raised by her single mother Donna, who on the weekend of her wedding to fiancé Sky, is trying to learn which of three men (her Mother’s previous lovers) is her Father! The storyline might be a bit thin on the ground, but the performance from the cast is outstanding!
The show written by Catherine Johnson is based around several catchy tunes from the world renowned pop group ABBA, composed by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus and with some songs by Stig Anderson. When the talented Orchestra fire up, you can’t help but tap your feet along to ABBA hit after ABBA hit! The cast is clearly having a ball on stage, their harmonies and that of the vocal ensemble are extremely melodious. The choreography is clever, energetic and dynamic. The costumes worn by the leads would make ABBA themselves green with envy. The huge structural set is white and blue with the colours of the Greek island well represented. The musical flows with ease from beginning to end. By the time MAMMA MIA! reaches its raucous finale, the transfixed audience is up on its feet cheering and clapping to a standing ovation as the magic of ABBA proves too intoxicating. AWTC rarely disappoint and this rendition of MAMMA MIA! is a lot of fun.
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Hamilton - A Saturday night lottery win, are you kidding me? Incredible and makes us blub every single time. An enormous shout out to Waylon Jacobs in his last scheduled performance as Burr. We caught him in several of the roles and he was tremendous and passionate as Hamilton's rival.
Keep playing the lottery folks!!
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Check out our 90s inspired playlist for ‘Closer’ by Patrick Marber openings 18 Oct! https://spoti.fi/2LLNTpB Have we missed a #90s song off the list that’s a must have? #closermovie #acting #leytonstonelife #90smusic #theatrereviews #amdramtheatre #fridayfeeling #friyay


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The Phantom of the Opera
5 Goldblums outta 10 Goldblums 🌟
Its time to review this running-for-ever tourist-trap musical!
One is very clear, if I would rate singing, staging, costumes and music - it would be all tens across the board. But no matter how many shebangs you will put - if the story is weak - nothing to be done here. It just doesnt make sense, its dull and boring. I enjoyed the famous tracks but the rest was badly watered down tea - i fell asleep multiple times. There is no depth, no profoundness in characters, all very stereotypically falling into gender norms and their characteristics. Seriously, every character brings zero to the table. Beautiful and gullible Christine, stoic amd honorable Raoul, weird but misterious phantom, strong motherly figure Madame Giry and etc and etc. Yawn fest.
Staging is beautiful, so versatile - i did wonder how they are doing it. Flying object with and without humans did raise my interest and conclusion - i wouldnt like to sit in the stalls as i was raising Health&Safety questions to myself. Im pretty sure its safe but working in theatres - i know how the dough is made. Not a lot of people caught beautiful job of Automation, flying curtains in seconds. Touche to all the props - i did wonder where all of it is stored 🤔
Orchestra 👏👏👏
Singing 👏👏👏
Is it perfect for casual theatre and London visitors? Yeah, you will have fun.
But if you husstled around citys theatreland - go have a coffee instead!
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Part 1 –
🎵Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd, His skin was pale and his eye was odd, he shaved the faces of gentlemen, who never thereafter were heard of again🎵
The first Show in our Halloween Spooktacular is possibly one of the darkest musicals ever written, Sweeney Todd: The Demon barber of Fleet Street. Based on a popular Victorian Penny Dreadful, Sweeney Todd tells the unsettling tale of a Victorian-era barber who returns home to London after fifteen years of exile to take revenge on the corrupt judge who ruined his life. When revenge eludes him, Sweeney swears vengeance on the entire human race, murdering as many people as he can, while his business associate Mrs. Lovett bakes the bodies into meat pies and sells them to the unsuspecting public.
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Part 2 –
🎶And what if none of their souls were saved, they went to their maker impeccably shaved🎶
The character of Sweeney Todd originated in a Victorian Penny Dreadful called The String of Pearls in the Winter of 1846. The murderous barber’s story was so popular it was turned into a play before the ending had even been revealed. Sondheim was inspired by Christopher Bond’s play which added plot elements from Jacobean tragedy and The Count of Monte Cristo which introduced a psychological background to Todd’s crimes. Sondheim noted that Bond’s sophisticated plot and language added weight to the character, and he felt that the addition of music would greatly increase the size of the drama and portray Sweeney as a man to be feared and not just some nutcase. This obviously worked well as Sondheim’s dark and operatic score has stood the test of time and is not only one of my favourite Sondheim show’s but up there with some of my all-time favourites.
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Part 3 –
🎵Swing your razor wide, Sweeney! Hold it to the skies!🎵 If you’ve never seen Sweeney Todd, then there are plenty of versions for you to check out. The Tim Burton movie with Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter is a great adaptation, the show’s dark and twisted sense of humour pairs perfectly with Tim Burton’s style of film making. The movie is possibly more widely known than the original at this point and the image of Sweeney with a single white stripe in his hair is iconic. If like me you prefer to watch the full show, there are plenty of versions on YouTube and I would highly recommend watching the live concert from the Lincoln centre with Emma Thompson as Mrs Lovett and Christian Borle as Pirelli (who is perfectly cast and does an amazing job as per usual). The show starts off as a stand and sing concert but during the ballad of Sweeney Todd the actors transform the stage and don costumes to really bring the show to life. If you don’t have time to watch the full show you could also always check out The Office Season 7 Episode 3 where Andy plays Anthony in a production of the show and the episode features a few songs from the show.
I give Sweeney Todd 4 delicious meat pies out of 5: 🥧🥧🥧🥧
Favourite Song: A Little Priest
Dream Role: Anthony
Realistic Role: Pie number 3
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This begins with a terrifically agile adaptation of ‘The Watsons’ (the novel abandoned by Jane Austen half way through her career and never finished), but when it gets to the critical moment where Emma, our sparky heroine, has to choose between marriage to an awkward lord, a dull clergyman or a very caddish cad, something delicious happens. Laura, the playwright responsible for the dramatisation, steps into the action and starts dictating how the plot should develop. None of the 18-strong cast know who Jane Austen is, or indeed that they are characters in one of her books. What follows is sly, intelligent, thought-provoking (particularly about limited life choices) – and very funny.
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#Repost @hegtosh
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Woke up to a lovely ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review from @timeoutnewyork this morning. DUBLIN CAROL is “as potent as a shot of whiskey.” .
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Woke up to a lovely ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review from @timeoutnewyork this morning. DUBLIN CAROL is “as potent as a shot of whiskey.” .
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#offbroadway #irishrep #dublincarol #timeout #timeoutny #nytheater #conormcpherson #theatrereviews #irishtheatre #repost @irish_rep


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