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In Conversation With... Shoshana Bean | Interview

In Conversation With... Shoshana Bean | Interview

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Firstly I want to apologise for how late this interview is. I interviewed Shoshana back in September but unfortunately my phone glitched and I couldn't retrieve the interview so it had to be put off. Thankfully I got it back so you lovely, stagey people can finally read it! So I hope you enjoy this late, but still very interesting and relevant interview from the wonderful Shoshana Bean!



Shoshana is a Broadway veteran who's starred in Wicked, Funny Girl, Hairspray and Beaches to name a few. She's released 3 solo albums, done countless solo concerts as well as those with the Postmodern Jukebox AND she sung back-up vocals for Michael Jackson! There's really nothing this lady can't do!...  

In Conversation With... Sarah Naudi | Interview

In Conversation With... Sarah Naudi | Interview

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Sarah Naudi is currently starring in Lin Manuel Miranda's glorious brainchild In The Heights as the feisty, loved up Vanessa. Her other credits include the short film In The Name of Bjorn and By The Sea in which she acts alongside Angelina Jolie, to name a few.


After a wonderful performance of In The Heights, Emilie (from www.emiliemules.com) and I interviewed the lovely Sarah. We found out about her journey to becoming a performer, her love for Lara Croft, her future aspirations and so much more. So without further ado, here is our interview:

Half a Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre | Review

Half a Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre | Review

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Half A Sixpence is just what the West End needs


Half a Sixpence is an oh so British musical which really packs a punch. 

Half a Sixpence
Noel Coward Theatre
Reviewed on Thursday 17th
 November 2016 by Olivia Mitchell
★★★★

Whilst this production, opening for the first time in 50 years, is technically described as a revival, I would say its more of a reinvention. With 80% new material including a new score by Stiles and Drewe and a new book by Julian Fellowes, the show is brought into the 21st century in a refreshing and exciting way.

Curl Up and Die, Questors Theatre | Review

Curl Up and Die, Questors Theatre | Review

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Curl Up and Die is a fabulous farce which will grip and thrill you.


Curl Up and Die
Questors Theatre
Reviewed on Tuesday 15th 
November 2016 by Olivia Mitchell
★★★½


Until fairly recently I was quite unaware of all the fringe theatre on offer in and around London but since I've discovered this thriving community I've witnessed some top-notch productions. Curl Up and Die was one of them. Admittedly I don't see that many plays but the ones I have seen have ranged from absolutely fantastic to downright dismal and although I'm not the most seasoned play reviewer I think I know how to spot a good one when I see it! Curl Up and Die is witty, well thought out and clever, all things which in my books, create an admirable play.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour), New Victoria Theatre | Review

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour), New Victoria Theatre | Review

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a heartwarming, beautiful and triumphant tour full of joy.



Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour)
New Victoria Theatre
Reviewed on Wednesday 9th
 November 2016 by Olivia Mitchell
★★★★

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is one of those musicals you feel like you've always known about. You could ask anyone and they'll be able to rattle off the title song without a moments thought. There's just something magical about it that can transport to back to your childhood in a moment. James Brining's production adapted for the stage by Jeremy Sams is delightful, enjoyable and exciting to watch. Based on the film of the same name Chitty Chitty Bang Bang tells the story of the struggling inventor Caractacus Potts who is carried away on a magical adventure with his children Jemima and Jeremy.

The Last Five Years, St James Theatre | Review

The Last Five Years, St James Theatre | Review

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The Last Five Years is a heartbreakingly beautiful story of a failed marriage set to song


The Last Five Years
St James Theatre
Reviewed on Wednesday 2nd November 2016 by Olivia Mitchell
★★★★


Jason Robert Brown's musical tells the story of Cathy and Jamie with her story running backwards from heartbreak to giddiness and his running forwards from the first moments of meeting to the disillusion at the end. Somehow this concept which could have been very confusing manages to work exquisitely and is carried out with professional style and ease by Samantha Barks and Jonathan Bailey.

Sunny Afternoon (UK Tour), New Victoria Theatre | Review

Sunny Afternoon (UK Tour), New Victoria Theatre | Review

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Sunny Afternoon
New Victoria Theatre
Reviewed on Tuesday 1st November 2016 by Olivia Mitchell
★★★★

I wouldn't say I'm the biggest fan of The Kinks but I know pretty much all their music thanks to my dad playing it everyday of my childhood and I'd heard incredible things about Sunny Afternoon from so many people but for some reason I never got round to seeing it in the West End so when I got the chance to review the tour I was very excited!
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