THE BAND AT MILTON KEYNES THEATRE | A REVIEW

Prior to attending the show, I knew little about the Band, so I came to the theatre with a completely open mind, not quite knowing what to expect.  The story follows a friendship group of 5, 16 year old girls who bonded over their love for ‘the band’. The girls talk about their dreams and aspirations and…

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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake at Milton Keynes Theatre | A review

Matthew Bourne’s adaptation of the famous Swan Lake has returned to Milton Keynes theatre; captivating audiences of all ages. This modern interpretation performed by Matthew Bourne’s ballet company, New Adventures is nothing short of genius. The audience is introduced to the young and impressionable prince who is struggling with his identify and the world he…

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Hedda Gabler | Milton Keynes Theatre.

It has been a hot minute since I went to see a play. I tend to gravitate more towards musicals but watching Hedda Gabler was such a refreshing change! I hadn’t heard of Hedda Gabler before i received an email from Milton Keynes Theatre inviting me to the show. The original play was written by…

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The Addams Family |The Musical.

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I remember watching the Addams Family back when Anjelica Huston, Raul Julia, Christina Ricci and Christopher Lloyd played the quirky family. I mean, who could forget the finger clicking da-da-da-da tune, and Wednesday Addams’s iconic long black plaited hair. When I heard the musical was touring the UK and would…

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Smash hit musical Mamma Mia | Review.

I recently went to watch Mamma Mia at Milton Keynes and what a night … (If you didn’t pick up on the reference there, I’m disappointed) The show features Abba songs which integrate into the story written by Catherine Johnson. The story starts with young Sophie who lives with her mother on a small greek…

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La Strada-Theatre Review.

La Strada is based on the Oscar-winning 1954 film of the same name by Federico Fellini. It tells the tale of a sweet yet naive girl, Gelsomina, whose  poverty-stricken mother accepts cash in exchange for her daughter from a travelling strongman, Zampano. Gelsomina accompanies Zampano acting as his assistant, announcing his act and collecting money….

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