The awards night love for this shouty, inclusive, all-female play is giving me hope for the future of theatre.
On its tenth birthday, I go on a track-by-track deep dive of the album that defined my twenties
It glittered and was gay: Strictly’s first week was a whirlwind of surprises as the couples found their feet.
Sometimes you leave a movie a bit less straight than you went in. Diana showed me what owning myself could look like.
Nothing is normal, but at least Strictly’s launch show is still far too long and not particularly enjoyable. I could not have loved it more.
As the trailer drops for the highly-anticipated film adaptation of this beloved musical, we look back at its 2017 premiere on the West End.
Two frustrated theatre nerds got to enjoy the rare delight of an actual live musical in summer 2020 and welcome you along for the authentic post-show analysis experience.
This bright, modern show manages to reflect the world we live in – or would like to live in – with a phenomenal ensemble cast, high production values and a lot of heart.
Nicola Adams is set to make history in the show’s first same-sex couple and the BBC are well aware that millions of queer eyes are on them.
The people of Swiftogeddon came from all walks of life, with only one thing in common: a love for the music of Taylor Swift so abiding that they would attend an entire night dedicated to her. And what a night it was.