Written by Megan Fellows Directed by Megan Fellows and Rebecca Hammond Finding love through modern means is no easy game – that is unless of course you know how to play it. Profile picture cropped and Instagrammed to perfection? Check. A few years knocked off (or added, depending if you like GILFS) to the old age-o-metre? Check. … More Role Played (2011) Queen Mary Theatre Company, The Pinter Studio
Written and directed by Megan Fellows Imagine it is 1986: Wham! is sadly in its demise and Britain is in the clutches of Margaret Thatcher. Talk is heard around town, posters plastered on walls and broadcasts played upon television sets concerning a new Government scheme. It claims that with the help of a newly developed scientific … More Just Say No (2012) Queen Mary Theatre Company, The Pinter Studio
Written by Megan Fellows Directed by Emma-Jane Ball Choreography by Emma-Jane Ball Musical thanks Texas Radio, Maria May and Jessica Laver Leave It Be follows the story of Daniel Patterson, a young man on the cusp of adulthood, as he attempts to piece together his past in order to progress with his future. Given away as an … More Leave It Be (2013) Queen Mary Theatre Company, The Pinter Studio
Cats – The London Palladium Rating: *** Written by Megan Fellows for Official Theatre Date: 03/11/15 Cats is a show that has long been thrown about in musical theatre circles as one of the “classics” of the West End. With its 1981 London debut at The New Theatre, a Broadway transfer only a year later, and … More Review: Cats at The London Palladium (2015)
Unconscious Uncouplings (Sept 2015) Dir. Kasia Różycki, Paperback Theatre, ‘A Foot In The Door’ Above the Arts, The Arts Theatre Unconscious Uncouplings noun the way by which two or more persons unwittingly detach themselves from a state of being involved in an emotional and/or sexual pairing. synonyms: unrequited love, naïve love, complacent love, waning love. A … More Unconscious Uncouplings (Sept 2015) Paperback Theatre, The Arts Theatre
Unconscious Uncouplings (May 2015) Written by Megan Fellows Dir. Bethan Clark and Charlotte Donachie, Crooked Theatre, The Omnibus Clapham _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Excerpt recorded as part of “And Then She Said a Funny Thing” podcast celebrating funny women in the arts. Link: http://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/show/funnything/id/3826491 (7 minutes in)
Showstopper! The Improvised Musical – The Apollo Theatre Rating: **** Date: 30/10/15 Written by Megan Fellows Where does one start reviewing a show that changes every night? Well at the beginning of course! Showstopper! The Improvised Musical is a show like no other in the West End at the moment. Each night the performance is improvised … More Whose Song Is It Anyway? Improv Gets MT Makeover!