REVIEW – An American In Paris, Dominion Theatre London. March 2017.

The production was a HIT on Broadway, but would it resonate with audience this side of the pond?

We were so lucky that we won fantastic seats for an early preview as generally, the show wasn’t on our “to do” list. But, sometimes the most wonderful things are the most unexpected.

The lead cast reprised from Broadway, so we knew we’d be in safe hands but would this show run and run?

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REVIEW – Junkyard, Bristol Old Vic. March 2017.

Headlong, a FANTASTIC production company who produced the original production of This House, a recent tour of Pygmalion and the PHENOMENAL People, Places and Things producing a new musical?

This was enough to make us jump in the car and head to Bristol.

Was it worth the trip as the Leggers headed on tour……?

REVIEW – Sex With Strangers, Hampstead Theatre. February 2017.

When legger Nathan was asked if he’d like to see Sex with Strangers in Hampstead, he thought we were going dogging on the heath!

Alas, it wasn’t to be and instead we saw a play by Laura Eason starring Emilia Fox (famous for the seemingly endless BBC drama “Waking the Dead” and Theo James who stars in the Divergent series of films.

Was Theo in his pants the highlight of this show and was it as saucy as the title would suggest? You’ll have to watch our video review to find out!

REVIEW – The Red Barn, National Theatre (Lyttelton) London. December 2016.

The Red Barn based upon the novel La Main by Georges Simenon directed by Robert Icke.

We’d been SO impressed with Icke’s previous work on shows such as 1984 and Oresteia. Could this one raise the bar again?