Amelie Comes to Bournemouth

•Press tickets• Last night I went along to The Pavilion in Bournemouth to see Amelie on the stage. As is becoming quite a theme with these show reviews, I didn’t know much of what it was about beforehand, and I am actually enjoying going in blind, without any spoilers or preconceived ideas. All I knew was that the musical is based on the film of the same name, and that...

The Mousetrap – A Magnificent Murder Mystery

•Press tickets• Last night I went along to The Pavilion in Bournemouth to see Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. My mum is a big fan of the Agatha Christie murder mystery books, and I read quite a few of them as a teenager, so I knew what to expect from the style but it was really interesting going to see one on the stage, as this isn’t something I had done...

New Jersey Nights at Bournemouth’s Pavilion

•Press tickets• Last night I headed back to the Pavilion in Bournemouth to see New Jersey Nights with my nan and some fellow Bournemouth Bloggers. Although I knew that it was a tribute to Frankie Vali and The Four Seasons, I didn’t really know much about the show, or the band for that matter, as they were in the charts a little before my time. I had taken my nan...

Jesus Christ Superstar Comes to Bournemouth Pavilion

•Guest Post from Rachael at The 15 Mile Foodie•   Thanks to some last minute ticket availability from Bournemouth Bloggers, Wednesday night I was lucky enough to watch Jesus Christ Super Star at Bournemouth Pavillion.   Bournemouth and Boscombe Light Opera are Bournemouth’s biggest amateur musical company and on opening night they pulled off a fantastic performance of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice production that originally hit the...