Review: The Three Musketeers at the Iris Theatre

What can you add to The Three Musketeers, a successful action-packed novel written centuries ago and developed through movies, comics and series? Can it even work as a play? Turns out it can. Here’s my review of the Iris Theatre‘s rendition of Alexandre Dumas’ novel. The Play You could tell from the word go that the … More Review: The Three Musketeers at the Iris Theatre

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Q&A with Cecilia Gragnani from Diary of An Expat

As an Italian Londoner, I’m always interested in hearing about other expats’ journey, especially if they’re from my country. So when I heard that Cecilia Gragnani, a fellow Italian Londoner, was about to star in a one-woman-show about being an expat, I knew I had to speak to her. Diary of an Expat When she … More Q&A with Cecilia Gragnani from Diary of An Expat

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Y’all know I’m a sucker for drag. I’ve always thought drag queens were pretty awesome, but since becoming a RuPaul’s Drag Race addict I need all the drag I can get. So as soon as I heard that Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, a musical about a 16-year-old drag queen, was hitting the West End, I … More Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

A (not so serious) review of Cumberbatch’s Hamlet for the average Joe

Disclaimer: I’m no theatre expert. I haven’t even studied Hamlet – it wasn’t part of my school curricula. I just read it on my own, with the Italian translation next to it, because I can understand Latin better than Shakespearean English. So I won’t remember whether a line was missing, or a passage wasn’t pronounced … More A (not so serious) review of Cumberbatch’s Hamlet for the average Joe