Don't worry. Social Media maybe awash with crying imojis, but I can assure you there is nothing to worry about. All it means is that the fabulous five have now become the fantastic four as the show goes on with Jamie, Matt, Tom and Michael as a four piece. We all wish Richard well and eagerly await news of his plans.
Despite a rearranged date, Collabro will be performing @ Fort Regent on 4th June 2016 - click here to buy tickets. The guys will be supported by some Jersey's home grown talent and members of the Bird College. And, just to get you in the mood, here is a little treat for you ... Collabro performing Ed... Continue Reading →
Whilst The Dame has been stoically recovering from illness, both Dillie and Liza have been going it alone on the road to stem our withdrawal symptoms. Dillie is performing her first solo tour in 557 years. Such a remarkable feat. Her show includes brand new tunes as well as her hilariously funny back catalogue that keeps me... Continue Reading →
As a musical theatre buff and having grown up with the iconic film The Sound of Music and its timeless score by Rogers and Hammerstein, I avidly watched the 2006 TV programme "How do you solve a problem like Maria'. These were a series X Factor-esque shows and a platform from where Andrew Lloyd Webber could audition for the next... Continue Reading →
If you are of a sensitive musical theatre disposition, then do not listen to Collabro's Act Two whilst you are driving your car, which is where I started listening to it the other day. If I want completely uninterrupted listening time, I play CDs in my car. There are 10 tracks on this album and by track 2, I thought that I... Continue Reading →
The Phantom of the Opera is here ... inside my mind Andrew Lloyd Webber If you love the musical theatre, you will love the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber. I think it would surprise you to know just how much of his music you are familiar with, even if you haven't seen the musical in... Continue Reading →
I saw The Rocky Horror Show with Tim Curry as Frank N. Furter in the West End in 1973. I was very young and, without question, it was the most avant garde musical production I had ever seen. I certainly don't think I had ever seen a bloke wearing stockings and suspenders before. My eyes... Continue Reading →