15 weeks after the UK lockdown thrown the creative arts industry in near total collapse, the UK Government have finally announces some extra support for the creative sectors. It's been widely reported that without some sort of financial support package, 70% of arts organisations would fall by the end of the year. Very well regarded... Continue Reading →
Frozen Pre-Booking Likely Delayed Until February
Today, the London premiere of Frozen initially went on sale exclusively to O2 Priority customers. However, it became increasingly clear that LW Theatre's booking system couldn't cope with the popularity. Therefore the decision to shut down its pre-pre sale exclusively for O2 customers was taken. In a statement on its website O2 have said: 'We've... Continue Reading →
Review: Annie at the Wolverhampton Grand
Book: Thomas Meehan Music: Charles Strouse Lyrics: Martin Charnin Director: Nikolai Foster Anita Dobson stars in the role of Miss Hannigan. Dobson may be mean in the role but keeps is lighthearted and her drunken antics attract some laughs. Richard Meek, on the other hand is the more sinister sibling in the role of Rooster.... Continue Reading →
Day Six : The Final Countown Commences
So here it is, the last full day at the fringe. Thursday was the day when not much was planned in do the Diary to ensure some last minute performances were squeezed in. First up was a bit of a gut instinct call. Following our terrible ordeal watching improvisation on Monday it was decided to... Continue Reading →
The Road To Edinburgh: My First Edinburgh Fringe
It seemed so long ago in late 2017 when I first thought of making 2018 the first year I make it to the Fringe. Looking at accommodation prices around then scared me off a bit. £1000 for a week? I could fly abroad for that!
The Personal Judgements Of A Few Can’t Define Good Audience Etiquette
The debate about audience etiquette seems to be the something that is regularly brought up. From standing ovations provided when others don't think they are provided, to eating snacks, with the amount of coverage it gets from our arts journalism publishers, it was only a matter of time before something drastic happened.
Working as a manager of Customer Service, including Social Media for an affiliate marketing company by day and by night and at weekends exploring Theatres up and down the country. I created The Theatre Twittic at the start of 2018 with three aims: 1) To share a different and unique voice on productions at a... Continue Reading →