An innuendo-laden musical, set in 1940s London with a gay love story amidst bombs dropping? Sounds right up our street.
The venue itself was a treat alone. The old railway arches underneath Waterloo station are now an amazing entertainment venue with theming, the likes you’ve never know. VERY atmospheric.
We even caught up with the LOVELY creative team and found out more about the journey Miss Nightingale had to the stage.
But was this relatively new musical break a leg or leg it?
After being SO impressed with Chinglish, we were eager to find out just exactly how Andrew Keates had pulled off such a fabulous production AND in two languages.
Luckily enough, he granted us an audience (via the marvel of Skype) to ask just that!
Find out what he had to say.
The festive period wouldn’t be complete without a panto (Oh yes it would, oh no it wouldn’t!).
We headed to Barnstaple, Devon to see Aladdin at the Queen’s Theatre.
What did we make of this annual tradition? We even caught up with some cast members and proved that even The Leggers make mistakes sometimes. OUTTAKES!
The RSC production of William Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labour’s Lost” played in Rep with “Much Ado About Nothing” for a limited run in London’s West End.
We were lucky enough to see this beautifully crafted show and catch up with some cast members.
Check it out!
The Leggers headed to the Garrick theatre to see the first revival of “This House” by James Graham.
We first saw this piece in it’s original production at The National Theatre an was so impressed with James Graham’s writing that we couldn’t wait to see it again.
Check out the video to see what we thought, with special guest interviews from the delightful cast members Nathanial Parker, Matthew Pidgeon & Lauren O’Neil.