Review: The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre ★★★★

Some shows stay with you for a long time. Perhaps because it resonates with you deeply, perhaps because it raises your spirits…or perhaps it’s because it chills them to the core. Playing at the Fortune Theatre for 28 years, The Woman in Black is a story which lives on, still surprising and scaring audiences to this day. Based on Susan Hill’s novel, playwright Stephen Mallatratt takes this … Continue reading Review: The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre ★★★★

Review: Edward II (The Tristan Bates Theatre) ****

‘Shocking’ and ‘surprising’ are two words you would probably not use to describe a history play. From school, we have history drilled into our heads: divorced, beheaded, died, we can recite English Kings and Queens and even their deaths. But Lazarus Theatre’s Edward II proves a shock to the system. Stunning audiences visually, this is one of few shows to genuinely surprise me on the London stage. King … Continue reading Review: Edward II (The Tristan Bates Theatre) ****

Review: The Wonderland Bar ❤❤❤❤

Prepare to fall head over heels in love with The Wonderland Bar, as you tumble head first down the rabbit hole known as Waterloo Vaults. There’s no need to choose between EAT ME or DRINK ME: The Wonderland Bar gives you both with a wide range of food, drinks and entertainment. Open to both theatre goers and the general public, whether you’re a Diamond or Club, Walrus … Continue reading Review: The Wonderland Bar ❤❤❤❤

Review: Paper Hearts (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) ****

  Paper Hearts the Musical has seen various incarnations, playing at the 2016 Ed Fringe Festival and a sell out run at Waterloo East Theatre. The story continues, as the show returns off West End. Humorous, heartfelt and with a hugely talented cast, Liam O’Rafferty’s show takes a novel approach to storytelling. Would-be writer Atticus Smith has always surrounded himself with books. So much so, in fact, … Continue reading Review: Paper Hearts (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) ****