Review: La Soirée

The most daring and outrageous show is back in town for a limited period at The Roundhouse, Camden.  I saw this show about a year ago, then in a big-top behind the National Theatre, but now the show returns to it’s previous home, The Roundhouse, with just as much charm and fun second time round.  … Continue reading

Carousel: Landor Theatre

Almost-normal & The Landor Theatre Ltd present CAROUSEL Music by RICHARD RODGERS Book & Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II Time magazine’s best musical of the 20th Century, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1945 classic, is re-imagined by almost-normal as an intimate post WWII drama with all the music and heart of the original. Based on the Ferenc … Continue reading

Is theatre going down the YouTube?

Theatre exists as a live medium, every aspect unique to the live experience.  The communal, social aspect, the feeling of connection with the actors on stage, all militates against it being successfully transferred to video. Yet, there are all manner of clips from plays and musicals online, but is the internet really a help, or … Continue reading

Start at the very beginning…

To start by quoting poorly from a very well known show; it is after all a very good place to start!  Welcome from a very nervous first-time blogger!  Nervous yet very enthusiastic.  The aim of theatreJunki is to provide a discussion base for current affairs in the world of theatre, predominantly within the United Kingdom. … Continue reading