6 Aug 2019

Meltdown is the longest running artist-curated music festival in the world. This year is it curated by the legend that is Nile Rodgers. I don’t use the word ‘Legend’ frivolously – he is a three-time Grammy award winner as well as recently been inducted into the Rock and...

25 Jul 2019

I can’t imagine growing up without hearing Motown.  It’s such a huge part of our musical history.  Imagine no Diana Ross, no Stevie Wonder, no Smokey Robinson, no Marvin Gaye, and no Jacksons?!  You just can’t!  Motown the Musical tells the story of this magical sound a...

23 Jul 2019

Can you tell me how to get…how to get to Avenue Q?  Yes all those special childhood memories of Sesame Street stay with us…but hold on we have grown up - so have the muppets.  This show deals with adult issues including unemployment, sexuality, racism, love, money, and...

21 Jul 2019

Jasmine Storm speaks to Lee Mead about his favourite panto, Holby, his fans and his dream role. 

JS: What is your favourite panto?

LM: I should say Aladdin, shouldn’t I? cause I am doing that this year. Favourite panto? Ohh, probably Jack and the Beanstalk. I enjoyed play...

21 Jul 2019

David Robbins is a veteran Dame in panto terms. Here he speaks with Jasmine Storm about playing Widow Twankey in this year's Aladdin (Milton Keynes Theatre) as well as sharing his favourite musical and how he loves a bit of sparkle. Oh yes he does.  

JS: Nice to mee...

17 Jul 2019

Can you hear me Major Tom? is a work of genius…or several who have given their own perspective on the legend that is David Bowie.  The idea is an original one that Mark Wheeller had just after Bowie’s passing - to deliver a documentary play using the words of fans.  He...

16 Jul 2019

Hair, The Musical, is at Milton Keynes Theatre celebrating its 50th birthday this year and this legendary musical still has the power to shock and liberate.  Set in 1967 in the east village of New York, a tribe of youngster’s are yearning to change the world and are que...

2 Jul 2019

Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow there’ll be sun.  Yes, Annie comes to Milton Keynes Theatre bringing a ray of sunshine along with it.  Annie is a show set during the depression in New York in the early 1930’s and tells the story of Annie, an optimistic orphan who i...

27 Jun 2019

I was not really sure what to expect from this show.  It was bound to attract a predominately female audience (the men must have been in single figures) and the women were mainly of the same peer group.  I have not yet reached the dizzy heights of the menopause but many...

24 Jun 2019

You've got big dreams.  You want fame.  Well, fame costs.  And right here is where you start paying: in sweat.  The opening line just sends shivers down my spine of this fantastic production based on the 1980s film.  It’s not the same story as the film, so it feels fres...

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