We had to make a choice for our 31st October evening… and then Swedes Royal Republic came along with a date at the Electric Ballroom. So, of course, we had to. We didn’t hesitate. Here’s our live report.
The Simulation Theory Tour is intense and ambitious, colourful and loyal to what Muse has been doing for the past twenty years: surprising. We get into the simulation at the O2 Arena, London, through this live report.
Like literature, theatre and musical theatre have their classics. Recently, we had the opportunity to go and see Fiddler on the Roof at the Playhouse Theatre, London, so full of curiosity we had a look at the film too. SPOILER ALERT LEVEL 4/5
Human beings are capable of great things and this (and especially) during the worst crisis. Come From Away is a painting driven by this statement that smooth our souls as much as our ears. We’re at the Phoenix Theatre for over an hour and half of astonishment. SPOILER ALERT LEVEL 5/5
The London’s audience is certainly a fan of the American at the origin of the (cult in my opinion) series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Now that the series is over, Rachel Bloom gives it an original sequel with a concert tour. Back on her first gig at the Palladium.
Curiosity, in music, is anything but a nasty flaw. It is thanks to our curiosity that we were able to see and discover the live talent of Panic! At The Disco, at the O2 Arena in London. No regrets. Live Report.