Getting your first gig is a nerve wracking and scary time! Some people are struggling to even get that far though! Heres a bunch of…
So, your favourite music artist has announced a new worldwide tour and you can’t wait to catch them perform live. Why not take in a…
Everyone has that one, illusive dream gig that will just never happen. Maybe its because the act you want to see has passed on. Maybe its because the band are still in a childish tiff with each other that’s been going on way too long. Or maybe its because the gig is just so bloody dear.
Let me tell you about some of the biggest concerts of all time that almost happened.
Spring time is almost over. The sun is shining (or, at least, it should be), and music lovers of all kinds are getting ready for the festival season. If you love rhythm, beaches and boat parties, there is no better place this summer than Europe.
From Switzerland to Iceland, from Malta to Serbia, here are the best summer music festivals of Europe.
With summer right around the corner, there’s nothing better than spending a couple of weeks travelling from a country to another, enjoying the traditions, the weather and the delicious food that every single one of them has to offer.
Summer festivals are the perfect opportunity to bring together your desire for adventure and music, and every year there is an embarrassment of riches: that’s why we have listed the best European music festivals to explore in 2017!
Here’s the first part of our list.
For nearly a century, musicals have been one of the most popular forms of entertainment when it comes to the theatre, and it’s not hard to see why. They combine the best parts of dramatic theatre along with operatic elements which are thankfully sung in English and often with songs that we already know and love so anyone of any age can really get enraptured and engrossed in the story. There are some huge blockbusting musical shows out there like Les Miz which we’ve already talked about here, and the genre is as versatile as it is entertaining. Many theatrical companies go on nationwide and international tours meaning that even if you can’t make it to London, you can still always take in a show. Even better, many musicals manage to make the cross-over into the film-world meaning that you can always watch them from the comfort of your own home too! Read on to find out a little about our three favourite musicals.
London’s West End along with New York’s Broadway has to be one of the most famous theatre and musical districts in the world and is the place to go in the UK to see some amazing performances by some incredibly talented actors and singers. For hundreds of years audiences of all ages have been awed by tragedies, comedies, musical numbers and more so it’s only fitting that we get round to writing a little bit about what’s on!