Glasgow – A Big City with a Big Heart

But the icing on my Glasgow West End cake was A Play, A Pie and A Pint.  


Amy's performance as Nollie Fairtree singing Honey Bun bought the house down, much to Connie's pique.  

2018 … time for TESS THE MUSICAL to fly

The concept album certainly whets the appetite and features vocals by some classy performers.

Tess The Musical – Will be officially unveiled to the public on 5th November 2017

Yesterday I was presented with a musical theatre lover's dream scenario ... to be allowed access to the concept album of a new British musical that everybody will soon be talking about ... Tess.

Stars line up for new British musical

Calling all musical theatre lovers! Am reposting Stagey Lady's piece on a new musical call Tess, based on the Thomas Hardy classic Tess of the d’Urbervilles.  Get to know the cast and grow to love the score @  In the meantime, here's a taster ...    

Les Mis Parody

So I hedged a bit before posting a parody of Le Mis, believing that nobody has the right to take the micheal out of such a beautiful contribution to the musical theatre ... but it really made me smile so I couldn't help myself.

Spectacularly Embarrassing WRONGINATION at the Oscars 2017

How come it took the organisers until La La Land were well into their acceptance speeches to rectify the excruciatingly embarrassing situation?   Congratulations to Moonlight by the way . And ...  the Best Blooper Award for 2017 goes to The Oscars.

Sunday Feel Good Factor – I will follow him from Sister Act

I will follow him, is featured at the end of the 1992 film Sister Act and performed by the nuns' chorus, conducted by Sister Mary Clarence, also known as Deloris Van Cartier brilliantly played by Whoopie Goldberg. A fantastic cast which also included another stage and screen icon Dame Maggie Smith.

The JADC and Dominic Ferris produce a West End Experience

I frequently wax lyrical about how many incredibly talented people live on the small island of Jersey.  Visitors to the island that were in the audience at the Opera House last night to see the Jersey Amateur Dramatic Club's performance of Boublil and Schonberg's Les Miserables could have been forgiven for thinking they were in... Continue Reading →

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