Flashdance was one of the first theatre shows I ever saw and I remember absolutely LOVING it. It is always risky going to see another touring version because of the fear that it just won’t meet your hopes and expectations, however I simply could not pass the opportunity especially as my bestie had never seen it.  Last night’s show was the opening night at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking. This is one of my favourite venues to go to and they always have a good variety of shows every year.  If you haven’t seen the film here is the…

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As far as musicals go Chicago is first and foremost my favourite. I have already seen it twice, once on tour and once in London both of which I loved, but it is the law that every time it comes to a theatre nearby me and my bestie go and see it. This time around the leading lady was Hayley Tramaddon portraying the play away wife Roxie Hart, with John Partridge as the only lawyer who will get you off of a murder charge, and Jessie Wallace who was Mama Morton. I for one didn’t know any of these were broadway…

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The Bodyguard Musical has come to Woking and I for one have been so blooming excited to see it that Monday night was finally the night that I got to go! YAY. The stint has ended in London and this romantic thriller has been travelling around the Country and will be back again in London come July.  The Bodyguard really is one of my favourite films, I will go as far as to say Top 3 (don’t judge me). For those of you who have not seen it, crikey I have no idea how you haven’t … the plot is very…

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This week we were invited up to watch Flavia and Vincent’s new hit show Dance ‘Til Dawn, which is currently at the Aldwych Theatre in Covent Garden. As expected Covent Garden was twinkling away with Christmas Lights, giant Christmas trees and even a Lego reindeer scene, which certainly got us feeling festive! Having not seen their previous show we were unsure what to expect. For those who are wondering what the show has in store and without giving too much away….. Dance ‘Til Dawn transports you to the glitz of 1940s Los Angeles, and in the midst of filming the leading man is murdered. A…

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