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.
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.
Directed by Michelle Smith, Silent Mind is an informative and emotional production that follows four different strangers whose paths cross at one train station, all embarking on journeys of self-discovery and change.
Abigail's Party is a bit of a cult classic, and it's on tour right now, transporting theatres around the UK back to 1977 complete with pineapple and cheese on sticks and platform heels.
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.
"I spent my first ever evening at NST City enchanted, transfixed and swept up in a story and a legacy that will stay with me for an incredibly long time.