Review: Lexicon, Roundhouse

If you’re looking for something a little different this January to combat the post-Christmas blues, NoFitState’s Lexicon could be just the thing. Returning to London’s Roundhouse following the success of Bianco in 2013, NoFitState’s latest show offers a contemporary take on traditional circus acts and brings to life a world of ‘misfits, magic, music and... Continue Reading →

Review, Sex Education, Netflix

It was one of the most watched shows on Netflix in 2019, becoming a firm favourite with audiences, and now the much-anticipated second season of Sex Education is back for another helping and hoping to repeat its success. Created by Laurie Nunn, the comedy drama stars Asa Butterfield as Otis Milburn, a sixteen-year-old virgin who... Continue Reading →

Top 10 theatre shows of 2019

With a new year and new decade just days away, I've compiled a list of the productions which had a huge impact on me over the past twelve months. In no particular order, here's my top theatre shows of 2019. The Ocean at the End of the Lane, National Theatre A late entry into this... Continue Reading →

Review, Thriller Live, Lyric Theatre

After making his debut in Thriller Live last year to commemorate the 4000th performance of the long-running musical, which celebrates the life and work of the ‘King of Pop’ Michael Jackson, Peter Andre has returned to the Lyric Theatre for a limited engagement. Part jukebox musical, part tribute to the late Jackson, Gary Lloyd’s Thriller... Continue Reading →

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