With online live streams and pre-recorded shows beaming straight into living rooms and onto all kinds of devices, we’re experiencing a whole new kind of theatre experience – often with the best seat in the house. One of the latest shows to grace our screens is Curve Leicester’s Sunset Boulevard In Concert – At Home.
[Press theatre tickets] Southampton's Mayflower Theatre has reopened its doors and is dipping its toes tentatively into the world of post-lockdown events.
This isn't an exhaustive list, and I've probably forgotten a few shows, but here are some of the TV shows, films and theatre screenings I've been enjoying during lockdown.
It's been a long time since my last theatre review. Over fifteen weeks, to be exact, which is the longest I've gone without stepping foot in a theatre auditorium – and writing about it – for two years at least.
This changed last night, however, when I found myself on a very unusual Zoom call; one like no other.
Andrew Scott seems very much the man of the moment, both on screen and on stage. Before he was the Hot Priest in Fleabag, he was the unnervingly charming-yet-sinister Moriarty in Sherlock. You may also have spotted him in Black Mirror, Pride and His Dark Materials.
But enough of me listing his filmography; I'm not IMDB.
Trips to Brighton and Buckinghamshire, brunch, books and brilliant films; a few of my favourite things from the month of August.
Bled, books and banana bread...not to mention plenty on stage and screen. Here are a few of my favourite things from July 2017.
Beware: The Addams Family have arrived in Southampton, and you're in for a spooktacular evening of frightful fun. Read on...if you dare...
In May's Monthly Muses post, you'll find funk music, freakishly-easy breakfast recipes, funny girls and fitness, topped off with a little bit of physics.
These are a few of my favourite things; find out what's been getting my creativity flowing in the month of March.