The Best Musical Theatre Performances of All Time, As Suggested by YOU!

Earlier on this week, I took to Twitter to ask everyone what their favourite performances of musical numbers ever were, simply because I was feeling curious. What I didn't expect was a list of almost 50 suggestions in response to such a broad question. So, today, I thought I'd sit down and take a chunk of those performances and turn them into a comprehensive list of all of your opinions...

Review: Butterworth's THE FERRYMAN at the Gielgud

Jez Butterworth is probably most famous for the creation of his iconic landmark play Jerusalem, which starred Mark Rylance and ran in the West End and on Broadway a decade ago. Flash forward to 2017 and his latest play, The Ferryman, seems to be having similar levels of record-breaking success. But is this play really worth the hype, or is it completely going over peoples' heads?

Review: OUR LADIES OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR at the Duke of York's

I was originally booked in to see the first preview performance of Our Ladies at the National, Dorfman last August but was forced to withdraw last minute, so I've definitely waited a long time to garner hype and excitement to see this show. And did it disappoint at all? In the style of the Scottish ladies that take us through the show: "absolutely fookin' not!"

Review: Stiles and Drewe's THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS at the London Palladium

One of the first shows I ever took part in was my Year 4 school musical production of The Wind in the Willows - not this version, but a different one - and I played Mr Toad. It's stuck in my mind ever since as being the moment I fell in love with the theatre for real, so this new musical production really intimidated me. But did it spoil that memory of the story for me? Not one bit.