I was supposed to see Matilda, the musical, last year. But sad things happened, I had to postpone the trip, there were not tickets left… So I had to wait until last night to go. What a worth waiting. I was just taken out of this world for a whole evening, hoping it would never end. If you haven’t seen it yet, or are still hesitating, go, without a doubt in your mind. To me, Matilda is the best musical I’ve ever seen, jumping straight ahead of We Will Rock You (which has always been my all time favourite).
Last night I was sitting in the fourth row, seat 17 (which is right in the middle and consequently the best seat in the room) of the New London Theatre, ready to watch School of Rock, the newest and one of the most exciting musical on my list. Brace yourself and run see it, it’s freaking tremendous.
Yesterday I went to the Vaudeville theatre to see a play called Dead Funny. I had found it on the TodayTix app and didn’t really know what it was, except that it was said to be funny. I love funny. So I took a ticket and went there for the matinee, at 2.30pm. It was nothing I could ever expect from a theater play but I di enjoy it extremely much nevertheless and do strongly advise it.
Hier soir j’étais avec un ami au Théâtre Olympia pour assister à une représentation de La Dispute de Marivaux, mise en scène par Jacques Vincey avec les comédiens du JTRC. Retour sur une passionnante expérience de voyeurisme.
On Saturday took place the last performance of The Importance of Being Earnest starring David Suchet at the Vaudeville Theatre. I was there last Tuesday and I really enjoyed the play.