Top 10 – Theatre Shows in 2018

Always a fun and enjoyable task is looking back at everything I managed to see at the theatre (read this) during the course of a year and putting together my favourite 10 shows! It becomes increasing difficult each year and that is only a good thing as just shows that the standard of theatre is so high!

Here we go then my 10 favourite shows of 2018 . . .

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An Officer and a Gentleman the Musical (UK Tour) Review


Emma Williams – Paula Pokrifki
Jonny Fines – Zack Mayo
Ray Shell – Emil Foley
Ian McIntosh – Sid Worley
Jessica Daley – Lynette Pomeroy
Keisha Atwell – Casey Seegar
Darren Bennett – Byron Mayo

Venue: Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Date: Friday 22nd June 2018

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Stage Door – Ian McIntosh

Ian McIntosh was in Beautiful for the full run of the show, therefore I saw him in the role of Barry Mann the four times I attended! It was therefore lovely to meet him at the stage door after the final performance on Saturday night. He was brilliant with all of the fans at the stage door posing for photos and signing autographs!


Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (West End Final Show) Review



Cassidy Janson – Carole King
Matthew Seadon-Young – Gerry Goffin
Stephanie McKeon – Cynthia Weil
Ian McIntosh – Barry Mann
Barbara Drennan – Genie Klein
Joseph Prouse – Donnie Kirshner

Venue: Aldwych Theatre, London

Date: Saturday 5th August 2017

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Top 10 – Theatre Shows in 2016

Before I get into the list I thought it would be a great idea to mention that you can read about my 2016 Theatre trips here so you have an idea of which shows that I had to choose from when putting together my top 10 list of the year.

When picking the shows that could be in the list, I managed to narrow it down to 16! So then having to make the final pick was rather difficult as that is how much I really did enjoy and love them.

Just missing out on the list was Rocky Horror, Guys and Dolls, The End of Longing and Wicked. It was so difficult to have to leave out No Man’s Land as it was an absolute honour seeing Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart on stage. As well as Nice Fish with Mark Rylance (who is to be made a Sir).

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