What better way to warm the soul on a dark winter’s night than with an evening of live entertainment. Now attention everyone, Thriller Live is not a musical using the songs of Michael Jackson, it[…]
I was lucky enough to watch the students (and staff) in action at the Arnold Hill Academy Shining Brightly Showcase. The show was jam packed with talent including rock bands, beautiful singers and amazing dancers.[…]
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, I was very fortunate to go along and see this year’s pantomime at the Theatre Royal which is Beauty and the Beast this time around.
Elvis is back in the building! The O2 Arena London is the location again for The Elvis Exhibition, it’s the same spot as to where items from Graceland visited a couple of years ago, having[…]
A far cry from my usually, giggle-filled theatre trips, I went to see The Little Mermaid at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal – Northern Ballet’s world première of this well known Hans Christian Anderson fairytale. If you[…]
Before Another? officially opened its doors to the public on 27th October I had the privilege to attend their preview night with my good friend Jen.
Anyone who knows me knows that my favourite thing is laughing, my next favourite thing is the theatre, so to combine the two is just heaven for me.
Much loved classic ‘My Fair Lady’ has come to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal. Nottingham Operatic Society’s adaptation is on stage this week featuring favourites such as ‘I could have danced all night’ and ‘Wouldn’t it be[…]
Whilst I’ve heard of Carole King I wasn’t very familiar with her career, I am however a massive fan of the 60s and was very excited to see the line-up of songs that awaited my[…]
The West Bridgford nightlife scene was once so popular, which is why many people were disappointed when some of the most frequented bars closed their doors for good. But, bringing some new and interesting food[…]
The new season at the Theatre Royal Nottingham begins, and what a way to open the show! With high energy and kicks that were even higher, plus a whole host of incredible dance routines and[…]
“Bah! Wetherspoons!” You may spurt, that is too uniform, too standard. To be considered on a blog of ongoing breakfast reviews. I’m here to say, perhaps uniformity isn’t so bad an idea. Wetherspoons have brought[…]
Dinosaurs of China opened this July through until October exclusively here in Nottingham. Ground shakers to feathered flyers exhibition is here to amaze and excite. Fossils and skeletons transported from half a world away to[…]
For the play that’s meant to go wrong they got everything right! The sold out audience on the opening night of the performance of ‘The Play that goes Wrong’ were laughing all the way through.[…]
I had love The Addams Family as a child, the original tv series I mean, ye olde black and white, which is why I thought I would love to go and see a stage version…
Of course I had heard of Funny Girl, but not yet familiarised myself with the film, so I was open-minded and unbiased in my night out at the Theatre Royal to go and watch it.[…]
Based on writer Ayub Khan’s childhood experiences, East is East is a light-hearted (albeit with serious undertones) look at the life of an “Anglo-English, Eurasian” family in the 1970’s – seen through the eyes of[…]
Take a journey back in time to see how music changed the world and everything with happens in between. With iconic music memorabilia from years gone by to sounds of today, it has interactive screens[…]
As a teenager in the 80s I remember being amused by the film Shirley Valentine without really understanding that for many women the life Shirley wanted to escape from was normal in many a household[…]
I came out of Evil Dead expecting more. Don’t get me wrong, there was blood and lots of it, but from everything we read and heard, we expected more.