Natalie has been an avid theatre goer since her first London production of Blood Brothers when she was 12. Based in Glasgow, she also reviews in Edinburgh and London as much as she can. Natalie loves nothing better than a musical medley and has an intense fear of audience participation.
Follow the highs and lows of Ally and his friend Davy as they return home to Leith from the army. Families, friendships and life are not plain sailing in this funny and moving story about love and life.BWW Review: THE LAST SHIP, Theatre Royal, Glasgow June 19, 2018
This personal musical inspired by Sting's own childhood experiences, shows the collective defiance of a community facing the demise of the shipbuilding industry alongside a poignant and moving romantic tale of childhood sweethearts and the adults they grew up to become.EDINBURGH 2018: Pick Of The Programme - Family Shows June 18, 2018
Direct from the West End, the multi-award winning master of mind-control and psychological illusion returns to amaze, astonish and enthral audiences with his latest smash hit show.
Bringing together a collection of the very best of his work, Derren Brown: Underground promises a jaw-dropping experience of magical genius and epic showmanship not to be missed.EDINBURGH 2018: Pick Of The Programme - Theatre June 7, 2018
Based on real people aboard the most legendary ship in the world, Titanic The Musical is a stunning and stirring production focusing on the hopes, dreams and aspirations of her passengers who each boarded with stories and personal ambitions of their own. All innocently unaware of the fate awaiting them, the Third Class immigrants dream of a better life in America, the Second Class imagine they too can join the lifestyles of the rich and famous, whilst the millionaire Barons of the First Class anticipate legacies lasting forever.Susan Calman to host Underbelly's Big Brain Tumour Benefit May 28, 2018
On Monday 13 August, the second instalment of Underbelly's Big Brain Tumour Benefit, will take place at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in the 950 capacity McEwan Hall.BWW Review: LIQUID SKY, Tramway, Glasgow May 28, 2018
Diamond is an avant-garde, angry and often hilarious journey into LGBT liberation from 1957 to present day, told via the thrilling, passionate biography of David Hoyle, with musical interludes from London drag four-piece The Lipsinkers.BWW Review: A NIGHT TO REMEMBER, Citizens Theatre, Glasgow May 24, 2018
Exactly a hundred years ago in the Gorbals, as World War One draws towards its bloody close, audience and performers, soldiers and civilians, prepare for a big night out in the theatre to help them forget their troubles.BWW Review: NEWS HACKS, Oran Mor, Glasgow May 23, 2018
Where is all the biting Scottish Political satire these days? It seems to have just disappeared along with original Irn Bru and your online personal data. It's about time someone did something about it.BWW Interview: Isley Lynn Talks SKIN A CAT May 22, 2018
Maddy and Rory are devoted parents to 3-year-old Joshua, committed to keeping him happy and safe. But when an everyday visit to a supermarket cafe turns into a far more troubling incident, their trust even in those closest to them is shattered. Fear and doubt consume them, until they reach a savage breaking point.