It's time for my first theatre review of 2020, and I'm kicking off the new decade by heading Down Under with the dazzling cult hit Priscilla, Queen of the Desert at Southampton's Mayflower Theatre.
Annie whisks you back to a time of uncertainty and hardship during America's Great Depression, but shares a story of hope, resilience, and optimism. You're bound to be grinning by the end: after all...you're never fully dressed without a smile.
Shrek the Musical turns the mixed-up, topsy-turvy fairytale into an all-singing, all dancing musical comedy, with all our favourite characters, jokes, and storylines.
What happens when some of the most talented broadcasters, comedians, poets, politicians, and creatives get together to reimagine a classic Ancient Greek comedy? Women in Power, that's what.
It is a special moment, to see the infamous, tragic story of the Titanic retold and commemorated on stage in the very city where it started it's first and final fateful voyage.
A Blitz-bruised London becomes a playground for the rebellious and fierce in Teddy – the latest musical to grace the stage at Nuffield Southampton Theatre's Campus venue.
Miss Saigon takes Southampton by storm on its UK tour, bringing the tragedy of the Vietnam War to life on stage in a tale of love and loss.
Beware: The Addams Family have arrived in Southampton, and you're in for a spooktacular evening of frightful fun. Read on...if you dare...