Short of the Mark: UNREACHABLE at the Royal Court

I adore anything that has started its life at the Royal Court - most recently being X - but for the first time ever, I was disappointed by something I saw, yet captivated by it all at once: Matt Smith in Unreachable, which is currently playing in the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs, is a "messterpiece" in its own right. Granted, I saw the show on its final preview performance, which was a unique experience

Fresh and Poignant: Fiasco's INTO THE WOODS at the Menier Chocolate Factory

Before I get into talking about Fiasco's production of the Sondheim classic Into The Woods - currently playing at the Menier Chocolate Factory - I have to confess to you all that this is one of my long-standing favourite musicals of all time. If you've followed me on Twitter for a while, you'll know how much I obsessed over the creation process of the Disney movie (a film which won me over). 

#SMMPick - Top 10 London Ticket Picks for July/August

The old #SMMPick system really wasn't working for me: it was hard to keep each round up post fresh and different when not that many new things open in the space of a week. So, to rectify the issue, I've decided to make it slightly less irregular from now on... As per usual, recent reviews that are branded as being an #SMMPick are automatically a part of the round up post.

A New Take: BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S at Theatre Royal, Haymarket

As a massive fan of the Audrey Hepburn-led movie Breakfast at Tiffany's and as an unopinionated overseer when it comes to the book, my thoughts on how Tiffany's would be were mixed before I even put bum to seat. I'd seen comments and reviews online that said this adaptation is much more true to the book than the film, so I was skeptical and upon reflection, the show was definitely heavily inspired by the book as opposed to the film.