This page is relatively hidden and is mostly for my reference.
This is just a list of shows I’ve seen and books I’ve read things that have inspired me. I’ve probably missed out lots of brilliant things.
2017 So Far
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour
Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill
Guys and Dolls (Crescent Birmingham)
School of Rock
Roulston and Young – La Poule Plombe and Julie Madly Deeply
An American In Paris
The Addams Family
Meribeth Bunch Dayme – the Performers Voice
Reading Richard Miller – The Structure of Singing.
2016 – so far
Murder Ballads – Arts Theatre
Sideshow – Southwark Playhouse
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change – Old Joint Stock Theatre
Filmed version of Threepenny Opera – National Theatre.
Mama Mia – Birmingham Hippodrome
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Birmingham Hippodrome.
I’ve just finished reading Musicals: The Definitive Illustrated Story
Jekyll and Hyde, The Musical, BMTC, The Crescent Theatre
Dido and Aneas – City of Birmingham Touring Opera Company
Funny Girl – Menier Chocolate Factory
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Theatre Royal
In the Heights – Kings Cross Theatre
Tick, Tick, Boom – Old Joint Stock Theatre
American Idiot – Old Joint Stock Theatre
Estill Training – Level 1 and 2, Advanced Training. Also attended the BVA Course, Rock the Stage.
Songs From a New World – St James Theatre
Memphis – Shaftesbury Theatre
Gypsy – Savoy Theatre
Assassins – Menier Chocolate Factory
Attended the Aberystwyth Music Festivals and spent a wonderful week being taught by and watching others be taught by Mark Meylan. Also sat my Grade 5 piano exam (terrifying and a good experience for all teachers to have).
Scottsboro Boys – Young Vic Theatre
The Color Purple – Menier Chocolate Factory
Camille O’Sullivan – inspired massive changed to my one woman shows.
Merrily We Roll Along – Menier Chocolate Factory
THERE MUST BE SHOWS I’VE SEEN BETWEEN THESE TIMES.
Passion – The Donmar Warehouse – 2010
Legally Blonde – Savoy Theatre – 2010
Sister Act – Palladium – 2010
Little Shop of Horrors – New Ambassadors Theatre – 2007