My Stage is the World

Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practise to deceive

Dance like it’s the last night of the world…

Review of Miss Saigon

They say romance is dead… but actually it’s not. It’s jut doomed. Either way love is very much alive in the most unlikely of places. Including Saigon.

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Facing East in Concert in the West End

Harriet Thorpe is set to host and narrate West End concert of new LGBT musical Facing East, raising awareness for Stonewall and Pride. The concert will take place on Monday 22nd  June at London’s Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue.

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Do you believe in ghosts? Maybe you should…

Ghouls and ghosts have always fascinated man, whether or not you choose to believe in their existence. Dripping pipes, abandoned libraries and creepy woods always seem to be a typical setting. Or a is the case with The Woman in Black, a dead woman’s deserted house on the marshes. Where there’s a cruel wind and a mist that rises from the sea unexpectedly. I mean really it’s an accident waiting to happen…

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