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Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

A career in musical theatre is risky; as much as it brings joy to the people in it, it is a notoriously difficult industry and when I embarked on it two years ago I thought I would be ready for everything it would throw at me – the competitive aspect, the bitchiness, the blood, sweat and tears, the knockbacks – I thought I was fully prepared and going in with my eyes open. I was not.

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (*****)

Dear Readers,

Anyone who knows me knows that my love of all things Harry Potter is probably more than a little bit unhealthy, so when I won tickets to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child over the Christmas holidays it’s not surprising that I literally cried with happiness. Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (*****)

The Bodyguard (*****)

Hey fellow theatre-goers!

Last night I was lucky enough to go and see The Bodyguard at the Dominion Theatre before it closes in the new year, and even got a backstage tour afterwards (thanks to a friend of mine working on the show – I owe you one!). So, as usual for every new show I see, it’s time for a review! Continue reading The Bodyguard (*****)