#EdFringe: I Wish My Life Were a Musical

A real and comedic insight into the lives of professional performers complete with wit, charm and incredible talent, you’ll leave feeling the magic of musical theatre and wishing you lived it daily - it’s impossible to stop smiling and laughing throughout!

#EdFringe: The Voices We Hear – Review 

At the end of the world, a girl sits alone listening to the radio, listening for signs of life. In her despair and loneliness, she swallows a bottle of pills… and the radio comes to life. Has she imagined it? Is it real? Is there someone out there?

Camden Fringe: Death Suits You

Death is feeling a little unappreciated for all the genius, planning and persuasion he uses to take us all out, and he’s going to tell you about it through gorgeous song and dance in Death Suits You at Theatro Technis at the Camden Fringe.

Batting above his average - Robert Tripolino

For someone with such a self-deprecating sense of humour, Robert Tripolino is one of the humblest and hardest working young actors I’ve come across. I spoke to him during the rehearsal period of Jesus Christ Superstar, which opened this week at the Barbican in London.

Review: Confessions (workshop)

Something special is happening at The Other Palace this week. The room is buzzing, and I overhear a women excitedly exclaiming, ‘What if this becomes the next big thing, and we get to say we saw it there first in the workshopping stage?’.

Confessions of Musical Theatre writers

Writing duo Kurt Kansley and Oliver Lidert brought Confessions to Home Grown at Chapel off Chapel earlier in the year, and are now out to conquer the West End with the show. Ahead of their run at The Other Palace, off West End, I spoke to them about what they’ve been up to since returning to the UK, and how they’ve been putting together Confessions for it’s London debut.


Ruthie Henshall is embarking on her first solo tour of Australia, bringing her new show to Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide this month. For those unfamiliar with this West End name, she’s a five time Olivier Award nominee, made her West End debut in Cats, played Velma, Roxy and Matron Mama Morton from Chicago across the West End and Broadway, and has appeared in a myriad of major shows over the years

Prague Picks - Day 7 -9

The Prague Fringe Festival may be over for another year, and I may be back at home on UK soil, but here is what I saw and my picks for the final few days of the festival, which you should keep an eye out for in the future.