Hello, and welcome to my first-weekend blog
Today we are off up London for some theatre fun, we’re trying the autistic performance of Wicked Musical Up London. @WickedUK
So excited to have a girls day with my KK as it has been a while.
But second time being monkey free for most of the day sp we can go and see Wicked Musical.
This Spellbinding magical show had us gripped with happiness and wonder.
Emma Hatton who Played Elphaba was amazing @emmahatton1 take a look at the link.
was a fantastic show with lots of energy and the storyline had me feeling my childhood of The Wizard of Oz was not all it was made out to be, having said that it does show there are two sides to every story, which no one should forget.
we even shed a tear or two, it was simply amazing and the fact that KK could relax and do what she wanted without me saying stop it, had me relaxed.
The atmosphere was fantastic and I look forward to attending many more shows in the very near future.
Please take a look at our Vlog that shows our visit up London to see Wicked Musical
A short story of the day – we made friends with a lady and her daughter who is also on the spectrum, and we have arranged in the Half Term holiday to meet up for the day.
The lady in this photograph with KK and the lovely Hope, is called Sophie,
If you ever get the privilege to meet her she does an amazing job and really made both girls feel like princesses. If you read this Sophie thank you so much xx
please let me know if you have been to any relaxed shows and how you found it?
Thank you for coming back!