Having first been introduced to the highly talented and ambitious amateur musical society, Christchurch Theatre Club, through their stunning production… Read more Our nostalgic look back at Christchurch Theatre Club musical theatre productions
There are show overtures and there are show overtures and Mack & Mabel must have the most sensational musical preliminary… Read more Review: Mack & Mabel. CTC. Loughborough Town Hall
When Rent first got established Off Broadway it was hailed as something radical and fresh, an ‘exhilarating landmark rock opera’,… Read more Review: Rent. Christchurch Theatre Club. Loughborough Town Hall
Grease – the musical is a lively fun story set in the 1950s USA. It employs a host of upbeat… Read more Review: Grease. Christchurch Theatre Club. Loughbough Town Hall. 29th Jan – 2nd Feb 2019
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas was first presented on Broadway in 1978, based on a book by Larry L… Read more Review: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Loughborough Town Hall.
Christchurch Theatre Club’s Priscilla Queen Of The Desert – the musical, is a jukebox musical and is smartly directed and… Read more Review: Priscilla Queen of The Desert – the musical. Christchurch Theatre Club. Loughborough Town Hall.
Given the brilliantly high professional standards of Christchurch Theatre Club’s Cats, Evita and Legally Blonde -the musical we at East Midlands… Read more Gypsy a Musical Fable – coming soon to Loughborough Town Hall.
Looking pretty in pink, Christchurch Theatre Club’s Legally Blonde – the musical proves to be a super energetic hit with this… Read more Review: Legally Blonde – the musical. Loughborough Town Hall. Christchurch Theatre Club.
Historically, the sung through musical Evita, by Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Tim Rice, has suffered from not always flattering reviews. This… Read more Review: Evita by Christchurch Theatre Club at Loughborough Town Hall
As well being the passionate founder and reviewer/writer for this website I also write for a quarterly amateur theatre magazine… Read more Supporting East Midlands amateur theatre through Sardines Magazine.