The Theatre Event of the Year

Ian McKellen on stage. Ian McKellen on stage is the closest you get to an autobiography by this amazing human being. He is not interested in writing up his life journey but he is quite excited to share it. With you. With the audience. On stage. For a limited run. The play is around 2,5 hours long, with an interval. The play is basically a love letter to theatre. Sir Ian McKellen talks about the history of British theatre, growing up, getting into acting, being gay under the Thatcher government and of course Shakespeare. There are some candid stories about … Continue reading The Theatre Event of the Year

All About Eve

All about Eve, Noel Coward Theatre, London, 2nd February, Opening Night. The play is the adaptation of the 1950’s masterpiece with Bette Davis, Anne Baxter and George Sanders. The movie has many iconic scenes, and even more iconic quotes. Funny business, a woman’s career, the things you drop on the way up the ladder so you can move faster. You forget you‘ll need them again when you get back to being a woman. I was super hyped to see this play and to hear my favourite quotes being delivered by the brilliant Gillian Anderson, live, on stage, in London. I had big expectations and they were met, when … Continue reading All About Eve