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When the curtain went up and the first song came on, I was sold. Everyone around me seemed confused, wondering if they were in the right show, but I was...

So it was a Tuesday – but who cares? At the Hippodrome, it was Saturday night and everyone (and I mean everyone) was ready to dance! That’s...

I don’t want to start with the obvious ‘truly scrumptious’ – but it is. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is such a feel-good family show...

The King of Rock and Roll is long gone, but this is the closest you will get to seeing him on stage. Canadian Steve Michaels is an Elvis tribute artist...

It is all about the moves! Hats off the the dancers who brought Michael Jackson’s songs to life, but who also moved in ways I couldn’t begin...

Hands down, the dancers (and the finale) made the show. The dancers involved in the show, and first and foremost Joanne Clifton (Alex Owens), were fantastic. It...

What is there still to say about a musical which has been running and reviewed longer than I have been alive? Everyone knows Miss Saigon is one of the...

What can I say, it’s beautiful! The Carole King Musical has everything you want in a show: The entertainment, the feeling, the songs, but also a...

It is undeniable this was a very unusual show. The cast of Cilla is amazing. Kara Lily Hayworth was stunning and a perfect fit for the role, but it was...

Oh, gosh, where to start? So many highlights! Quick introduction should you not know what we are talking about: Hairspray, the musical, opened at the Bristol...

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: When an award winning musical production that is world renowned is touring and paying visit to your local...

On Win It Wednesday we’ve got not 1 but 2 pairs of tickets to see Hairspray at The Bristol Hippodrome to giveaway. The hit musical is set to return...

Go. Go, go, go is all there is to stay. There are so many facets and wonderful elements in this show it is difficult to name them all, but let’s...

Crazy for You is maybe one of the lesser known musicals – no less regular theatre goers anyway – and yet the Hippodrome seemed even busier...

Beetlejuice meets Disney in this hilarious theatrical adaptation of The Addams Family. The beloved kooky family is back, unusual as ever, if just slightly...

Alexandra Burke is not just the star of the show, she is the show. This being the second time I have seen her as Deloris Van Cartier, I can say with certainty,...

Bugsy Malone is a local production for local people starring local children. Having seen it this afternoon in Bristol at the Hippodrome it makes me proud...

Seeing your favourite film on stage, you have high expectations. You want the iconic songs, the dances, the lines and more. It has to be as good if not...

Like most musicals, its set in the wondrous and roaring 1920’s; where the flapper girls want to flower in the big world. It’s a fantastic story that...

Grease is the time, is the place, is the motion, Grease is the way we are feeling. Oh yes indeed! It is one of the most iconic musicals and it is back...

The hugely successful Broadway production is finally making its UK and European premiere. I recall seeing advertisements for this show some 18 months before...

Simply fantastic. There are no other words to describe Funny Girl. Watching it was an experience in itself. Seeing people look at each other during intermission,...

Its 1985, the decade (and exact year) that I was born into that The Wedding Singer is set. I have no recollection of the era but from my favourite movies:...

I have never seen a stage show about a band despite there being many available. However, having seen Sunny Afternoon, I have no doubt that it ranks as...