I booked last minute tickets to see The Pirates of Penzance at The Coliseum. As children we listened to the music over and over again ~ I’m not even sure why, or whether it was mum or dad who played it, but for whatever reasons, I know, and take delight (great delight) in reciting (tarantara tarantara) some of the lyrics Continue reading The Pirates of Penzance
In an impulsive fit I booked to see the ENOs production of The Mikado at The Colusseum, purely on the basis of an email I received from them … who says email marketing doesn’t work?!
It looked fun, funky and quirky. It was all of that and more. It was laugh out loud, rocking backwards and forward hilarious. It was being filmed and live-streamed into cinemas around the UK.