Circolombia Underbelly Festival, South Bank. 24th May – 14th July. Circolombia | Review “Up here, I can feel my heart…” …chanted by an aerialist suspended 30 feet above our heads on a loop of rope, swinging away merrily, like a child on a playground swing. This is Circolombia and it is not for […]
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The Woman in White, Charing Cross Theatre, Review “OK, we’re all here now…” …boldly states someone sitting four rows away, whilst we wait that extra five minutes for the last few stragglers to wend their way down from the bar… It’s Press Night for the revival of The Woman In White and we’re excited […]
Thriller Live! is being performed at The Hawth Crawley until Saturday 28th October. THRILLER LIVE ‘I want to see everyone up on their feet!’ The words are barely out of singer Britt Quentin’s mouth before the audience have leapt from their seats, myself no exception. It seems we really just can’t control our feet […]
‘So, you know Parade?’ ‘Oh, um, yeah…’ After years of bluffing this question in musical theatre circles, I was finally given the opportunity to learn what the hype is really about. So of course, I jumped at the chance to go get my Southern Belle on and see Jason Robert Brown’s revered musical down at […]
Dancer / choreographer Jemma Gould has recently been involved with ‘Dead in the Water’ a recent hit at the Camden Fringe Festival produced by Balls in the Air Theatre Company. I recently caught up with her and asked her how she enjoyed working on the production and her thoughts on growing up in East Grinstead.