Hey everyone and welcome to MTS. Firstly we’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who came to see us at our stall on Wednesday, it was great getting to meet you all and we hope to see you all at our introduction events next week. On that note, we’d like to giveContinue reading “Freshers at MTS”
After a small delay NMTS Radio is back, this time with Grace to discus her favourite musical Miss Saigon.
In this this episode of NMTS Radio! Lester joins Patrick and James to discuss their all time favourite musical We Will Rock You.
In the fourth episode NMTS Radio! Bernadette joins us with her favourite musical Waitress (and we somehow end up at Greggs).
In the third episode NMTS Radio! Chloe joins Patrick and James to talk about her favourite musical, the Broadway and West End smash hit , Hamilton.
In the second episode of NMTS Radio! Patrick and James are joined by Hannah to discuss her favourite musical ‘Billy Elliot’. (This episode contains some very strong language, viewer discretion is advised)
In the first episode of our new NMTS radio show/podcast, hosts Patrick and James discuss their shared love for the 2007 musical Curtains (a show they’ve been waiting to record since last year). Hope you enjoy! NMTS Radio! will broadcast on Sundays on FZN Radio and then be uploaded here to listen to later.
When I started getting into old Hollywood musicals, the first one my Dad highly recommended to me (after Easter Parade (Walters, 1948)) was Judy Garland’s A Star Is Born (Cukor, 1954). For years I’ve always admired the ‘Born In A Trunk’ sequence, and in the end… it still remains on my watchlist and I endedContinue reading “Musicals I Should Know 3: A Star Is Born (Cooper, 2018)”
Hello! It’s me again back for a (albeit late) second instalment into my ‘Musicals I Should Know’ series. Having a watch and listen through Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Burton, 2007) was very eye-opening at the fact that I can actually like musicals of genres that stray from typical love-story ones (doesn’tContinue reading “Musicals I Should Know 2: Funny Girl (Wyler, 1969)”
Hello! My name’s Patrick and I’m currently the Vice President for MTS for this year (20/21). Now it’s no secret that I don’t know of a lot of musicals and this year I’ve wanted to make a commitment to listen to and learn of more. Therefore, with the establishment of this blog by James (thankContinue reading “Musicals I Should Know 1: Introductions & Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Burton, 2007)”