As a child my Dad would take me to London to see one every year for a Daddy/Daughter treat.
They are good memories and those trips fed my desire to act and be on stage.
Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 8AY
So when I was asked if I wanted to attend Singing in the Rain I was always going to say yes.
I decided to take my mum along this time as it was the week of her birthday and brownie points are valuable when you rely on your mum as much as I do.
I whole heartedly recommend the show as a great night out.
The Palace theatre is beautiful, a real classic building full of cherubs and marble pillars. We were seated in the dress circle which ended up being perfect seating. I'd recommend avoiding the lower circle seats at the front unless you are wearing a raincoat!
The show sees 14,000 litres of water pumped onto the stage and during the energetic tap routines there is a fair bit of 'accidental' splashing from the actors.
All this adds to the show and the die hard fans at the front wearing the free rain ponchos loved every second.
The cast were fantastic, a good blend of dancing and acting to keep you hooked from the start.
I cannot wait until Tabitha is old enough to sit through a show like this. I cannot wait to fill her head with dreams of the stage, bright lights and costume changes.
Just maybe her dreams will come true....