Natalie has been an avid theatre goer since attending her first production of Blood Brothers in London at age 12 . She currently juggles the day job and the weekend job with fitting in as many theatre shows as possible. Based in Glasgow, most of her theatre visits are in her home city or through in Edinburgh. However, she has been known to stray to the West End as frequently as her bank balance allows.
BWW Reviews: THE SASH, Kings Theatre, Glasgow, May 21 2013
May 22, 2013
Taking place on July 12th, the day of the infamous orange walk, the play centres around a staunch protestant father, Bill and his son Cameron who has started questioning his own beliefs and his participation in the walk.
BWW Reviews: KERRY ELLIS, London Palladium, May 12 2013
May 13, 2013
Widely recognised as one of the leading ladies of the West End, Kerry Ellis embarked on the biggest solo performance of her career at the London Palladium. The evening promised to showcase songs from her most famous roles, her personal favourites and some surprises along the way.
BWW Reviews: THE RIOT OF SPRING, Tramway, Glasgow, May 10 2013
May 11, 2013
Rob Drummond has worked with a cellist and a dancer to create a piece of theatre that fuses dance, narrative and music in an attempt to honour (though not recreate) this controversial ballet.
BWW Reviews: HAIRSPRAY, Kings Theatre, Glasgow, May 7 2013
May 8, 2013
Set in 1960s Baltimore, Hairspray follows the story of enthusiastic teen Tracy Turnblad, played by Freya Sutton, as she fulfils her dreams of dancing on her favourite television show.
BWW Reviews: TAYLOR MAC, The Arches, May 5 2013
May 8, 2013
Nothing quite strikes fear in my heart upon entering a performance like the words 'audience participation'. Opening with Tori Amos' Precious Things, Taylor Mac pulled an unsuspecting audience member onstage to provide backing vocals.
BWW Reviews: HIGH SOCIETY, Kings Theatre Glasgow, April 30 2013
May 1, 2013
Released in 1956 and featuring music and lyrics from Cole Porter, High Society is a musical based on the earlier play and film The Philadelphia Story.
BWW Reviews: BEHAVIOUR FESTIVAL, The Arches, April 23 2013
April 24, 2013
Behaviour is the Arches' annual live theatre festival that promises to provide a snapshot of the most exciting international artists alongside their Scottish counterparts.
BWW Reviews: PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT, Edinburgh Playhouse, March 4 2013
March 5, 2013
During the standard photography and mobile phone announcement at the beginning of the show, there was an additional message for audience members to place any large wigs under the seat in front. This show had the audience laughing before the curtain even went up and this continued until the end.
BWW Reviews: THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, Kings Theatre Glasgow, February 25 2013
February 26, 2013
The 2013 national tour celebrating 40 years of Rocky proves that this musical is showing no signs of old age.