New York, New York (1977) Review

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Jimmy Doyle is a saxophonist on VJ Day he meets young lounge singer Francine Evans and they start a very rocky relationship and try and balance having a career in old New York.

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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (2020) First Photo!

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the big screen adaptation of the hit musical that has enjoyed massive success in Sheffield and then in the West End (was due to tour the UK this year). I was lucky enough to see it early on in its West End run and caught the cinema playback as well.

It is a truly fantastic show with some amazing messages and great songs. In the film version the transformation of Richard E. Grant is something I have been really looking forward to seeing as Loco Chanelle! Newcomer Max Harwood is taking on the role of Jamie.

(Copyright 20th Century Studios)

Due for release in October 2020 (hopefully)

Musical Moments – For Good (West End Wicked Witches)

If you are in need of something to make you feel very happy but also possibly cry then here we have a a truly amazing collaboration featuring an incredible 23 West End actresses who have been in Wicked as Elphaba or Glinda.

In support of the MAD Trust which works with the theatre community to fight against AIDS and HIV.

Should you choose to donate, the theatre community would be truly grateful: Text “SUPPORT” to 70111 to donate £5 (UK ONLY) or Donate any amount at https://bit.ly/3bwP1qM or http://www.madtrust.org.uk

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Musical Moments – Avenue Q (For Now)

I know that Musical Moments is usually a Monday feature but considering the current world pandemic due to the Coronavirus I felt as though we need more Musical Moments!

I’ve had this song in my head most of the week “For Now” as I think thats important to remember that this pandemic is only for now and we will see better days! Also if you want more Avenue Q I really recommend watching other songs from the show.

The best thing about seeing it on stage is that they often change the final “For Now” to someone who is currently relevant in the country your in!