Marble Arch station has often been a place best avoided of a weekend evening. The grey concrete of the square right on the doorstep of the tube station was often frequented by hordes of people – tourists, party goers – making their way across town. But this uninspiring plot has become resident to the pop-up Marble Arch Theatre and the home of the revival of … Continue reading Review: Five Guys Named Moe
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London is famous for its theatre’s but going to see all of your favourite shows could make your bankrupt with the latest ticket prices. But surprisingly, there are ways around the enormous fees most people pay for a trip to the theatre. Here’s my advice if you want to try and make your theatrical night out as economical as possible… Ticket Lotteries The name lottery … Continue reading Here’s how to get cheap theatre tickets without standing in the rain at a ticket booth.
I haven’t taken dance classes for almost two years now and it’s been pretty weird. And one of my many New Year’s resolutions this year (which include being veggie and wearing more lipstick) is to get back into the dance studio. Now depending on how much you’ve read my blog, you may or may not know that I studied dance at university and have a BA … Continue reading Why it’s been hard for me to dance again since turning my back on it.
If you’re already a fan of Matthew Bourne and his company New Adventures, you are likely to have bought a ticket expecting to love what you see in all his trademark lavish and flamboyant style. But with The Red Shoes, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Unlike some of his other works such as Edward Scizzorhands and The Nutcracker, I didn’t know the story of … Continue reading Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes Review – Lavish And Full Of Drama