Hamilton has rightly earned its acclaim as game-changing and renegade theatre. With its eighteenth-century Founding Fathers rapping their way through the construction of America and a cast that is largely made up of actors of […]
Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women is a story told in many forms, from a BBC television series to an Oscar Nominated film we have watched the March sisters grow into the kind and perfectly imperfect […]
In a climate increasingly aware of political correctness, putting on a show that somewhat crudely tackles racism, homosexuality and pornography is no easy feat. That being said, throw in fantastic direction, a tight-knit band, a […]
This review was a collaboration between Marit Foekens and Hannah Cox. Tired students, Drag Queens and a children’s fairytale. It was a trio we never knew we needed until last week. When walking into the […]
A glorious concoction of musical nostalgia with intellectual intrigue, the Lincoln Center Theatre Production’s adaption of The King and I comes to Leeds Grand and proves a stellar opportunity to indulge in a night out […]
Arts & Culture Editor Emily Parry questions if we really need a reboot of High School Musical?
As part of a new wave of live-action remakes of cinema and on-stage classics, Cats the movie is the next CGI production to hit the big screen. A musical theatre triumph composed by Andrew Lloyd […]
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s late 60s musical, based on the biblical story of Joseph and his ‘coat of many colours’, took to Leeds Grand Theatre on Tuesday.
To say Music Theatre’s production of The Addams Family ‘sprang into life’ from its first moments would be a disservice to the hilariously macabre yet beautifully performed show the society put on. From the instant […]
If you thought the TV show had lost steam after ten long years on our screens, wait until you see Benidorm Live. It’s not so much a musical comedy as a double-entendre deluge. The show […]
Into the Woods, a musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, has been adapted by the Music Theatre Society for the Spring semester. Directed by Daniel Cartlidge and Shaunagh Kelly, the plot follows a Baker […]
Since the dawn of cinema, the stage and the screen have had a two-way relationship. Whether it’s Disney fans passionately arguing that The Lion King stage show far eclipses the original film, or movies like […]