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Hi guys, I’m back again for a second update on my Disneyland Paris Experience from this summer! If you read my last post you know where I left off, if you didn’t go check it out! So let’s get straight back into it! Once we hopped off the ferry we began our drive to Disney! […]
As a musical theatre enthusiast and student, it is a commonly shared dream to go to any of the Disney Parks and to just sit there and admire all of the characters dancing through the street parade and long to be one of them…even if you end up being squashed inside a Chip and Dale […]
There’s no doubt that getting rejected from an audition is a proper kick in the teeth. However, there are definitley better ways to handle the pain than getting angry about it. I would like to think that, despite my audition numbers maybe not being in the three figures yet, I have gained some valuable knowledge. […]
As one of Disney’s most successful films, and film adaptations, ‘The Lion King‘ continues to dominate London’s theatre village. If you’ve ever seen this show, I’m sure you were just as amazed as I was. The level of skill and detail within the musical blew me away. From its beautiful costumes, to the timeless musical […]
It’s no secret that everything in a Musical Theatre Students life revolves around song and dance. Another year older means another year closer to new shows. Lets face it who isn’t excited about Hamilton opening in the the West End this year? Although MT students may be a different breed of lazy student, we still […]
From the musical stylings of George Gershwin, the musical composition ‘An American In Paris’ was born at the New York Philharmonic in 1928. Inspired by his time spent in Paris in the 20’s, Gershwin composed one of his best pieces ever written. Gershwin expressed his intentions with the music; “My purpose here is to portray […]
Some of you may or may not be familiar with the newest Musical Theatre craze that’s begun to hit your TV’s over the recent few years, for all of us poor pocketed folk, Musicals being livestreamed to your TV screen couldn’t be better! Some of the biggest hits we’ve seen so far have been ‘The […]
Now if you’re a particularly dedicated musical theatre fan you may have, like myself, ventured to London’s Trafalgar Square for the Annual event West End Live a few weeks back. Celebrating it’s 10th Anniversary, West End Live, had a great line up for the weekend of the 18th/19th June. Unfortunately I was only able to […]
First performed in 1973 at The Royal Court Theatre this Rock’n’Roll musical has swept the world, being performed in over 30 countries and translated into 20 different languages, The Rocky Horror Show has become a hit sensation, reaching those rebellious members of the public on a new level. “Ready to thrill you with its frothy, […]