42nd Street – Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Expectations: 4.5/5 Reality: 4.5/5 Chronic Illness Friendly: 3.5/5… Venue (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) Level access to the theatre via an alternative entrance; a member of staff at the main doors will assist you through this entrance, where you will find a waiting hall reserved for those with additional needs. I found this worked well as […]

The Addams Family UK Tour – Sheffield Lyceum Theatre

Expectations: 4.5/5 Reality: 5/5 Chronic Illness Friendly: 2/5 [Chronic Illness-Friendly Review] Lots of strobe lighting and pyrotechnics throughout with no build-up, each instance lasting for a couple of seconds: I’d be particularly cautious if you suffer from photosensitivity, migraines or any similar conditions. Some surprising, jumpy moments too, enough so that the woman sat next […]

Discussing Accessible Theatre With West End Wilma (Wilma Awards 2017)

I jumped at the chance to interview the theatre blogging legend that is West End Wilma; what with the upcoming Wilma Awards nominees just being announced and the inclusion of an accessibility award this year, there were a lot of topics about inclusive theatre that I was eager to discuss! Hey Wilma, thanks for chatting […]