No I am not about to be the next Webber and write a musical. Ha can you imagine if I did, hmm I wonder what it would be called? This post is about how I am getting back in touch with my stagey side and enjoying listening to songs from musicals. I used to be… Continue reading I found the musical in me
Just in case you have not been to a Christmas show yet, here is a map of all the panto’s that are on in the North East this year. That are on between now and 6th January 2018. And if you are a theatre company and I have not mentioned your Christmas show, please comment… Continue reading North East Panto 2017
This is a sponsored post As a Culture Blogger living in a small town known like Prudhoe in Northumberland, there are not many cultural opportunities in the area and often I find myself having to travel to outside of my home town just to get a taste of a cultural event. The North East, as… Continue reading Theatre in Prudhoe Front Street
Photo Credit: Mountview JE 1 123 JANE EYRE – A MUSICAL DRAMA | All photos copyright Robin Savage Well are they? I had not thought about this until I was reading this tweet about how musicals such as Pretty Woman, Carousel and My Fair Lady are sending out a message that woman need to be… Continue reading Are musicals sending the wrong message to woman?
Photo by Manuel Harlan _c_ RSC_187420_preview The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) are keen to support the next generation of theatre photographers. In doing so, they have launched the RSC Key Photography Competition, for 16 – 25 year olds. And winners of the competition will be be commissioned to take the rehearsal photos for the RSC’s four Shakespeare productions… Continue reading Royal Shakespeare Company launches photography competition
When I spontaneously went to the theatre I didn’t really know what to expect nor did I expect to feel the way I felt after the performance. It was a Wednesday evening and I had nothing planned, in fact I was just going to catch up on Stage School with a brew and then go… Continue reading Kate O’Donnell changed me
I started out as a theatre reviewer/ critic in 2012 when I did the Young Reviewers Chronicle Competition. It was from there that I caught the reviewing bug and started to write about theatre,music and all things Culture for a range of publications and my blog. So I have been reviewing since 2012, now it… Continue reading What makes me a theatre critic?