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‘Brown’s intelligent music was aided by the swell of the live orchestra’: AN EVENING WITH JASON ROBERT BROWN – London Palladium

In Concerts, London theatre, Opinion, Reviews by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

Songs for a New World, Parade, The Bridges of Madison County and The Last 5 Years – these are a just a handful of the musicals penned by composer Jason Robert Brown, and just few of the treats that were peppered amongst his packed-out, one-off concert at the London Palladium.






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Life lessons from musicals: Why we should all ‘be more Matilda’

In Features, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews, Ticket recommendations by Olivia MitchellLeave a Comment

Plenty to choose from but the twitter tag that really stood out to me was Be More Matilda. Despite being the smallest leading lady in the West End, Matilda is certainly inspiring, and the show as a whole has this wonderfully motivating story. So why should you choose to ‘Be More Matilda’?






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‘Crude, disgusting, shocking, amazing, outstanding’: TRAINSPOTTING LIVE – The Vaults ★★★★

In Interviews, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews, Sticky, Ticket recommendations by Olivia MitchellLeave a Comment

Crude, disgusting, shocking, amazing, outstanding. Just a few words to describe this mental but incredible production. Trainspotting Live, based on Irvine Welsh’s 1993 book, follows a group of heroin addicts on their journey through life in an economically depressed part of Edinburgh.