Great Britain at Theatre Royal Haymarket/Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter


Last week I found myself suddenly with a heaving diary full of shows to see. OH WHAT A HORRIBLE POSITION TO BE IN! So, I managed to schedule in a couple of bumper theatre days, tackling two shows in one … Continue reading 

Fright Night- ‘Ghost Stories’ at The Arts Theatre


TALLY HO YOU MASSIVE BABES! Time for another guest post, courtesy of my chum Victoria Savva. This time, I sent her along with our other pal Abbie  to attend a special Halloween themed event in the hope they might … Continue reading 

COMPETITION! Tickets to see ‘Ghost Stories’ at The Arts Theatre


Ahoy there pals and readers! Isn’t it a lovely day! I bring exciting tidings about a great PRIZE I have to give away! Hot on the heels of the adventures from The Love Train, the brillo folk at have … Continue reading 

Pub Pondering: The Euston Tap/The Cider Tap


Unless you’ve genuinely been living under a rock or a pebble or some other igneous-based den for the past year, you’ll have noticed that the Craft Beer revolution is in FULL SWING. Beer is shaking off its flat-cap wearing CAMRA grandaddy … Continue reading 

Theatre Thought: Dogfight at Southwark Playhouse


There’s been a bit of an online hullabaloo about this one. For those who haven’t made it down to see Danielle Tarento’s latest triumph at Southwark Playhouse, a presentation of Pasek and Paul’s Dogfight, based on the 1991 River Phoenix … Continue reading 

Piccadilly Comedy Club


After spending a week gadding about at the Edinburgh Fringe, gorging myself on pant-wettingly funny comedy, everything from stand-up to sketch, it’s safe to say I was suffering somewhat of a withdrawal. Luckily, the Piccadilly Comedy Club was on hand … Continue reading 

Theatre Thought: Shakespeare In Love at the Noel Coward


Last week I decided to make the most of my newly found (f)unemployment and trundle down to take in a midweek matinee. Is there a greater pleasure I ask you? Sneaking inside a theatre and nestling down among the red … Continue reading