• Behind the Scenes: Musicality’s Chicago production

    Daisy goes behind the scenes with the cast and crew of Musicality’s Chicago to find out about their upcoming show.
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  • The Importance of ‘Hamilton’

    To those whose lives have not yet been enriched by the performance or soundtrack of arguably the greatest production to ever exist, fear not, for I will enlighten you on the phenomenon that is: Hamilton. This powerful, compelling and dynamic musical created solely by the ferociously talented Lin-Manuel Miranda...
  • Annie @ Theatre Royal

    This week, Impact was lucky enough to be invited to see the opening night performance of Annie at the Nottingham Theatre Royal. Nearly everyone has seen the film or knows the story of the redheaded orphan’s search to find her true family. Quite simply, this production is the revision...
  • Film Review: A Star Is Born

    Watching the trailer for Cooper’s A Star Is Born left me feeling underwhelmed; it looked like another cringey rom-com which I usually cannot stand. However, after some persuasion and cinema tickets at the Savoy Cinema only costing £4.85, I went to see it and I was left in shock...
  • Murder For Two @ Theatre Royal

    With plenty of energy to keep you on their toes, this comedy duo didn’t fail to keep a smile on their audience’s faces from start to finish. The “hysterical blend of music, mayhem and murder” of a musical follows two actors who play 13 characters between the two of them,...
  • Titanic The Musical @ Theatre Royal

    Make no mistake, Thom Southerland’s Titanic The Musical is nothing like the 1997 James Cameron film – except for the fact that the ship does, inevitably, sink. This chamber version by Maury Yeston (music and lyrics) and Peter Stone (story and book) has a cast list of 25 excellent...
  • MissImp @ Nottingham Playhouse

    It’s difficult to review an improv show without reviewing the genre as a whole. Reliably hit-and-miss, a group of people roaming through sketches or songs in search of a punchline is glorious when it comes off, and not much better than awkward when it doesn’t. So to enjoy any...