The Chromatica Ball is the long-awaited concert tour by Lady Gaga that has had Little Monsters holding their breath to see for a couple of years now. Known for her extravagant shows featuring great vocals, tight choreography, outrageous outfits and all-out stage setups, The Chromatica Ball doesn’t disappoint. Read my full review of it from Tottenham Hotspurs stadium in London here.
Michael Flatley’s “Lord of the Dance”, the biggest dance show of all time, is back to celebrate its 25th anniversary. With brand new music and a string of new dancers – including ones taking over from the legend himself in the title role – can it recapture the magic and audiences for its return to the stage? Read my full review of the show from its opening night in Manchester’s Palace Theatre here.
Sister Act has been a globally favourite musical comedy film for 30 years. Now it’s a hit musical that’s raised spirits everywhere. With a star-studded cast returning to London and the UK after several years on the cards, has the wait been worth it? Read my full review here.
Everyone’s favourite Norse superhero is back after a few years since he went off with the Guardians of the Galaxy at the end of “Avengers: Endgame”. This time Thor teams up with different heroes to defeat another new threat, one that specifically wants him killed. “Thor: Love and Thunder” is a very funny, slightly over-the-top and action-packed but emotionally charged adventure, which is a new direction for the MCU but continues to expand on the God of Thunder’s journey. Read my full review of it here.
“Legally Blonde” is one of the defining comedies of the naughties. It was funny, camp and pink. But the musical is even funnier, camper and pinker. It’s a delightful peppy show that is sure to raise your spirits – even if the rain tries to dampen them while you’re at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre where I watched it. Read my review of it here.
It seems like 65 million years ago that “Jurassic Park” first wowed and scared us on the big screen, but it was in fact not even 30 years ago. Now, after four subsequent films, this franchise that has had its ups and downs, returns for the final time. But does “Jurassic World Dominion” go out with a bang like the dinosaurs did or crumble to the touch like an unpreserved fossil? Read my full review of it here.
Set in the 1930s and having first debuted during this decade, “Anything Goes” has earned its legacy as one of the oldest, long-running and most classic musicals of all time. I went along to see it and was pleasantry surprised by this feel-good, toe-tapping, horn-blowing and rib-tickling show. Read my full review of it here.
Are you looking for a city break that has plenty to see and do in and around it? With something to see and do for everyone, Copenhagen is definitely a place to check out.
British-Chinese children’s author Maisie Chan’s second children’s novel “Keep Dancing, Lizzie Chu” is a heartwarming and uplifting story about family ties and finding the fun in life again. Read my full review here.
It’s truly a complex and bizarre film with plenty of nuances and emotion, but “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is more than just a multiversal movie made to boggle the mind. It’s another step forward for Asian representation on the big Hollywood screen, exploring as many multi-faceted Asian diaspora identities as it does multiple universes and the concepts behind them and people.