Grahame of Thrones – Charring Cross Theatre

Grahame of Thrones – Charring Cross Theatre 29th September Tickets From the website:  In this critically-acclaimed theatrical journey through the Seven Kingdoms, direct from sold out shows in London’s West End and Australia, avid ‘Thrones’ fan Graeme just wants to recreate his favourite fantasy saga on stage – aided and abetted by his best friend…

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child #theatrereview #Han

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child I remember the first movie coming out and experiencing my first taste of disapproval from my mother. (Okay, okay… not my first, I was going for a dramatic nostalgic effect) She was sat at our dedicated chair for the phone; a phone seat if you will. Talking to my…

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Dracula. Mr Swallow: the Musical.

When waiting for Keiran Hodgson’s French Exchange at the Pleasance, I got talking to the man behind the bar. I already had tickets to Dracula at this point, but I knew nothing about it. I was filled with excitement when this man insisted I was in for a treat when I saw it. At only…

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Camp- Etcetera Theatre, Camden

“You feel good as you are. Fair enough. I won’t challenge that. A lot of people don’t. They sign in here. We don’t force them. And they feel understood. They feel themselves after years of lying. Why should you take that away?” Camp is a fictional comedy-drama based on the true account of a gay-to-straight…

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Keiran Hodgson- French Exchange

As I am writing this, I am torn. On the one hand I want everyone to know this amazingly talented yet profoundly modest man’s name. The fact that Keiran Hodgson in one performance was able to knock Eddie Izzard off the top spot of my favourite comedians (something Eddie has held unchallenged for 15 year)…

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