Archive: the void

Miss Saigon review

May 24, 2014   -   0 comments   -  

Earlier this week, I went to the Prince Edward Theatre for Miss Saigon’s press night. When asked to name a musical, Miss Saigon is a go-to title for many people, even if they haven’t seen it. The last time it was running in the West End was 15 years ago, so its continued presence in

Visit my other site, The Void

July 26, 2013   -   0 comments   -  

  A few years ago, I set up a blog called The Void. It grew quite quickly, became an online magazine, and it’s still going. The rationale behind The Void is, if it’s interesting and entertainment-y, then we give it a home. That’s movies, theatre, tech, games, pro-wrestling, MMA, books… if one of us likes

Review of Million Dollar Quartet

March 6, 2011   -   0 comments   -  

Jukebox musicals haven’t got a great reputation but Million Dollar Quartet might just change all that. Generally, jukebox musicals are less fun than being beaten with a knotted rope, but Million Dollar Quartet sidesteps many of the usual pitfalls thanks to having an authentic storyline, brilliant cast and seriously great music. The story goes, that