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An American in Paris at the Dominion Theatre London

Bob Crowley’s set design and Christopher Wheeldon’s choreography are a treat for the eye in An American in Paris at the Dominion Theatre London but the story fails to engage the heart.
By |July 21st, 2017|Review, Theatre|0 Comments

Review: Not Touched By Touch

Touch is said to be a sex comedy from the creators of Fleabag except there’s not much sex, it’s not that funny and it’s no Fleabag.
By |July 17th, 2017|Review, Theatre|0 Comments

7 Basic Lessons I’ve Learned About Marketing A Mid-Scale Theatre

I’ve just completed my marketing contract with Theatre Royal Winchester. This is what I’ve learned about marketing a mid-scale theatre.

Previously I have marketed a large scale theatre which is like piloting an ocean liner. The first thing I discovered was that a mid-scale venue is like a dinghy. You’re constantly tossed from wave to wave.

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By |July 10th, 2017|Arts Marketing, Marketing|1 Comment

Common at The National Theatre

Is Common a 'dud' as many critics said? I found it an exciting love story told in glorious language with some great acting
By |June 23rd, 2017|Review, Theatre|0 Comments

On The Town: It’s A Helluva Show

On The Town is a helluva show. It’s a joyous, colourful celebration of life that never flags. Director and choreographer Drew McOnie has lived up to Jerome Robbins’ original concept with some exuberant, dynamic dance sequences.
By |June 3rd, 2017|Review, Theatre|0 Comments

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