Funny Girl [Musical Review]

The lamps of the theatre slowly go off to give way to a wonderful ball of lights, dancing to the jazzy overture of Funny Girl, which has soon invaded the stalls, and the dress and grand circles. The curtain rises and here she is, the star of the Savoy Theatre that…
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Update on the #LesMis Cast

For my 20th birthday, my friend Becky got us two tickets to go see any musical I’d fancy… and of course, what else but another expedition to the Queen’s Theatre to climb the barricades again?! So there we went on August 30th, on my second-to-last day before leaving London this…
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Once [a Musical’s Review]

Slightly more than a week ago, my friend Becky and I went to see the revolutionary new musical Once. In the lead role of the Guy was the extremely talented and enchanting David Hunter, accompanied by the exceptional and extraordinary Jill Winternitz, in the role of the Girl. I’ve been…
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Not Just A Show…

“From time to time along comes a musical that makes history… not just because it hits the jackpot but because (…) it adds to the artistic dimensions of theatre… spectacular, enchanting, a believable, universally relevant tale provoking laughter, tears – and the uplift of truly great theatre.” – Edward Behr…
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E-Interview with Celinde Schoenmaker

Wow! I’m finally releasing this post I was really looking forward to writing! I promised some of my readers another interview with a cast member of Les Misérables, and it was obvious to me to choose Celinde, as she is one of my three favourite performers of the former cast…
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