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Got to get your sausage when you can – Miss Nightingale 2018

Matthew Bugg’s wartime musical Miss Nightingale returns to London this year at The Hippodrome Casino which is the UK’s largest and most popular casino and entertainment venue in London which is located in Leicester Square.

The Hippodrome presents Miss Nightingale

The Hippodrome is a lavish popular casino which has three casino floors, a top class steak restaurant, six bars and a 180-seat theatre. It’s the biggest licensed premises in the West End and has presented some of the world’s biggest musical theatre, dance, comedy and rock performers from Julie Andrews to Prince.
Now performing hitting the spotlight the fabulous Miss Nightingale.

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Miracle – Mahdi the Magician at The Vaults

Mahdi the Magician is performing at The Vaults Festival between 31 January – 4 February 2018.

I was invited down by Secret Cellar to watch Mahdi’s first performance in The Vaults. I was literally blown away by the miracles he pulled off considering he was born without any hands. Continue reading

Drink, drink and more drink – The Spirit Show, London

I went along to the press afternoon of The Spirit Show which was held at the Business Design Centre (1-2 December 2017) in which I took along my blogger friend Kim (see her blog by clicking here). Press events are great as attending those sessions are much quieter which in turn makes it easier and more leisurely to browse around all the stalls, instead of trying to keep on pushing pass everyone to sample a drink or two or to have a discussion with the sellers/owners.

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Open Sesame – Secret Cellar: Brendan Rodrigues

Secret Cellar really is a secret.  Once entering the bar area I was slightly confused where the theatre was as all I could see was a bar and tables. So I went to the bar to ask where is the theatre and they said I had to wait to see. The whole bar area is quite unique with its slightly gothic feel of gargoyles statues and other unique décor set in around the bar. There are also seating areas all dotted around in unique secluded areas making it feel a bit more special if you are in a party of approx. 6 to 8 people. I especially loved the tree house which featured stained glass windows within the area. Continue reading

What a HELL of a performance – Bat Out of Hell

Bat Out of Hell is based on Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf’s greatest hits which are all played in this powerful rock and roll musical creating a tremendous loud, heart pumping, rock and roll show.

With the songs alone this is a musical that will be big for all rock and roll fans out there. It is only being shown in the Coliseum for a very limited season which is a shame so don’t miss it before it’s gone, gone, gone. Continue reading

Food glorious food – Taste of London 2017

Taste of London returns to Regents Park to showcase yet again what the capital has from it’s best restaurants, top chefs and leading food and drink brands.

Taste of London occurs just twice a year (June and December). The Summer one is held in June and is their flagship event that is always held in the beautiful grounds of Regents Park.  At the event the most latest, greatest and most exciting restaurants will serve taster size signature dishes, world class chefs will appear in live cooking demos and as always there will be many opportunities to get a hands on with interactive master classes, and shop from a range of food and drink purveyors. Continue reading

Horror gortastic – Peacock Theatre: Horror

Shock horror! Horror is the most spine-tingling most intense knife edged horror show that I have ever seen played out at any theatre “Oh yes, there will be blood”.

Jakop Ahlbom’s show is full of dance, mime, acrobatics and magical illusion making this the most truly outstanding but unsettling piece of theatre keeping you the edge of your seat all the time.

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You can leave your hat on! – Kurious Kittens

Kurious Kittens was my first ever strip show I have ever attended and I was quite apprehensive from the beginning and nervous in what we was going to encounter but yet curious.

Upon arriving at Kurious Kittens we see a line full of eager ladies yearning to see hot blooded men.  The security man at the door that was checking us in was quite abrupt with us girls why I don’t know but I felt he was unpleasant plus my name was missing from the list for some strange reason.   Continue reading

Let’s fly into colour on a flying carpet – Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre

Aladdin which is played at the Prince Edward Theatre is full of magic, wonder, colour, humour and delight what a magical musical extravaganza this live play production of Disney animated feature turned out to be.

Aladdin

Prince Edward Theatre

Firstly Prince Edward Theatre is in my opinion is one of the most loveliest theatres in London. The seats are bright red, very comfy and quite spacious. The balconies above all elaborate with it’s design. I especially loved the miniature ones that come of from the main grand circle which these ones sit from 2 to 4 people.  Continue reading

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