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The Lion King Review - ***** 5 star

Based on the 1994 animated film, the stage show has become the highest-grossing musical in history. Instantly the animals are highlighted and grab our attention with towering giraffes to springing antelopes, strutting zebras and a massive stomping elephant sweeping through the aisles towards the stage, the opening scene of Disney’s The Lion King is perhaps the most iconic of musical beginnings This version of The Lion King – directed by Julie Taymor. This is set in the Serengeti Plains and with an African rhythm firmly thumping at its heart, the story follows young lion Simba on his journey to become King of Pride Rock. Along the way he faces a number of obstacles – from his jealous, devious

Now That’s What I Call a Christmas Show

We knew what we were going to before walking in the Theatre, those well- known Xmas song’s and love. The two main singers Kerry Ellis and John Owen Jones managed to perform several of the classics quite well but their attempt at was dreadful where Jones could not make the notes. What kept the night in full swing was the Capital Voices Choir and the outstanding Robert Emery. Robert surprised the audience with his excellent voice and rendition of songs. Both Kerry and John kept referring to last night’s performance where they had been performing in Glasgow. They were trying to persuade the audience that Edinburgh could beat Glasgow. I would suggest that the best cover of the night was of Bone

STEVE HACKETT USHER HALL EDINBURGH November 25th 2019

My kids gave me a few years ago one of those fridge magnets with the inscription “I may be old but I got to see all the cool bands”. Well for the most part that is absolutely true but I never got to see Steve Hackett / Peter Gabriel era Genesis. Tonight Steve, alongside his current Genesis Revisited Band line-up gave the packed house exactly what they were looking for a fine balance between Steve originals culled from the current album At The Edge Of Light, highlights from his terrific album Spectral Mornings (can it truly be celebrating it’s 40th anniversary and if yes how is that possible?) plus in all it’s complex glory the entire Selling England By The Pound album. When you think about i

Romeo & Juliet (Screening) Festival Theatre Edinburgh Nov 16th 2019

If 42nd Street was a complete Brexit and election diverting fun evening out by contrast Sir Matthew Bourne’s production of Romeo and Juliet, set in a dystopian near future Verona, was not. That is not to say that this show was not good, in fact I would rate it extremely good, it is just this was dark and indeed very dark. I was lucky enough to have seen this show in Sadler’s Wells back in August and was curious to see how well it looked on-screen. This production is so far removed from the likes of Shakespeare, Zeffirelli or indeed West Side Story as to be almost unrecognisable. However the essential elements of young ultimately tragic lovers kept apart by unstoppable forces of a society rai

The Red Shoes Theatre Royal Plymouth Nov 21st 2019

You may well be wondering why I am writing a review for a show in Plymouth and the answer is simple. You can take this as a preview as this particular production, by Sir Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures Company, will be winging its way into Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre next May 19th – May 23rd. It seems a long ways off but we all know how quickly time passes. There is of course a further strong Scottish connection in that Moira Shearer, who danced her way to international stardom in the 1948 Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger original film, was born in Dunfermline. That classic take based on a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale, where the titular shoes possess a power over the wearer to neve

42nd STREET (Screening) Odeon Dunfermline Nov 12th 2019

Two very different West End productions hove into Scotland this week in terms of cinema viewings and how different were the experiences. 42nd Street closed its run back in January of this year and this was a chance to get up a close and personal view and what a delight it was. Set during the early 1930s depression era New York featuring Bonnie Langford as the aging, and most certainly past her best, Dorothy Brock as the “star” of an upcoming musical Pretty Lady under the direction of the fictional director Julian Marsh. When the show’s star is forced to drop out of the production, Marsh calls on unknown chorus girl Peggy Sawyer (Clare Halse), who takes to the stage a “youngster” and comes ba

STEVE HACKETT USHER HALL EDINBURGH November 25th 2019

My kids gave me a few years ago one of those fridge magnets with the inscription “I may be old but I got to see all the cool bands”. Well for the most part that is absolutely true but I never got to see Steve Hackett / Peter Gabriel era Genesis. Tonight Steve, alongside his current Genesis Revisited Band line-up gave the packed house exactly what they were looking for a fine balance between Steve originals culled from the current album At The Edge Of Light, highlights from his terrific album Spectral Mornings (can it truly be celebrating it’s 40th anniversary and if yes how is that possible?) plus in all it’s complex glory the entire Selling England By The Pound album. When you think about i

The Red Shoes Theatre Royal Plymouth Nov 21st 2019

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42nd STREET (Screening) Odeon Dunfermline Nov 12th 2019

Two very different West End productions hove into Scotland this week in terms of cinema viewings and how different were the experiences. 42nd Street closed its run back in January of this year and this was a chance to get up a close and personal view and what a delight it was. Set during the early 1930s depression era New York featuring Bonnie Langford as the aging, and most certainly past her best, Dorothy Brock as the “star” of an upcoming musical Pretty Lady under the direction of the fictional director Julian Marsh. When the show’s star is forced to drop out of the production, Marsh calls on unknown chorus girl Peggy Sawyer (Clare Halse), who takes to the stage a “youngster” and comes ba

Romeo & Juliet (Screening) Festival Theatre Edinburgh Nov 16th 2019

If 42nd Street was a complete Brexit and election diverting fun evening out by contrast Sir Matthew Bourne’s production of Romeo and Juliet, set in a dystopian near future Verona, was not. That is not to say that this show was not good, in fact I would rate it extremely good, it is just this was dark and indeed very dark. I was lucky enough to have seen this show in Sadler’s Wells back in August and was curious to see how well it looked on-screen. This production is so far removed from the likes of Shakespeare, Zeffirelli or indeed West Side Story as to be almost unrecognisable. However the essential elements of young ultimately tragic lovers kept apart by unstoppable forces of a society rai

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