Dear Evan Hansen West End Review – Noel Coward Theatre

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Expectations: 5/5 Reality: 3.5/5 Chronic Illness-Friendly: 3/5 Dear Evan Hansen has been my most-anticipated Broadway to West End transfer since the Hamilton hysteria struck the UK. Similarly to Hamilton, I’d heard only glowing reviews of the show, so it felt like something of a miracle to be able to get hold of tickets within the […]

Come From Away West End – Phoenix Theatre, London

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Expectations: 4/5 Reality: 4.5/5 Chronic Illness-Friendly: 3/5 [#GIFTED] Thank you so much to the team at Official London Theatre for arranging this trip in return for a piece all about our experiences from a chronic illness-perspective, which you can find here! Seeing Come From Away was without a doubt one of my theatre highlights of […]

Blood Brothers UK Tour – Grand Opera House York

on stage group image of full cast, mrs johnstone kneeling on floor between bodies of two brothers with cast stood behind her

[GIFTED] Press tickets #gifted by Grand Opera House York in exchange for review. You can catch Blood Brothers at Grand Opera House York until Saturday 2nd November, before it continues on to other venues around the UK. If you enjoy this post, you may like my other chronic illness-friendly reviews too! Expectations: 4/5 Reality: 5/5 Chronic Illness-Friendly: […]

Celebrating Wicked UK’s 13th Birthday in the West End

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[GIFTED] Thank you so much to the Official London Theatre team for gifting us our Wicked tickets and for inviting us to celebrate the show’s 13th Birthday celebrations and official After-Party. Dreams really do come true! Back when I first started theatre blogging, a very generous term for the shambolic rambling mess that constituted my […]