Every girl loves a romantic weepy; whether you’re hitched and happy, or ditched and dreaming of that elusive Mr Right to enter stage left. So when Wedded Miss & Miss Independent won a VIP trip to see Ghost The Muscial, complete with a Nazila Nails make over and the chance to hop on stage at the end to meet the lead characters, we put down our pens, bagged our beauty must haves and hot footed it to the big smoke via trains, tubes and ten inch heels.
H&D entered a fabulous bloggers competition, put on by the amazing people at, erm, Amazing PR, which enabled 30 beauty bloggers and one lucky friend to attend a Friday night performance of Ghost, as well as getting a fabulous Nazila Love Glamour make over, goody bag and a cocktail courtesy of the fab people at Godminster.
Upon arrival we were accompanied down to the American Airlines bar to sup on our cocktails, before taking a seat to receive a stunning Nazila Nail Glitz make over, which includes false nails decorated with jewels and minature treats; perfect for date night with the hubby or for waving that single lady hand proudly in the air.
After sampling the VIP life, we took our seats for the show in the sold out theatre. For those who have never seen Ghost then 1.WTF and 2. it is a touching love story first made famous by the ageless Demi Moore, and the late Patrick Swayze, where his life is tragically cut short after being shot on a night out. But what follows is an emotional journey to discover just why he was murdered and how true love never dies. Hitched & Ditched were mesmerised after the first five minutes, as the acting, dancing, production, special effects and emotion came to life before our very eyes; our Wedded Miss had tears to rival her wedding day, and Miss Independent experienced chills during that iconic pottery wheel scene.
After the show we stayed in our seats, only to be whisked downstairs and taken on stage to have a group photo with the lead chracters, who put on a stunning performance for the wooed crowd. Hitched & Ditched had an amazing time and highly recommend this wonderful West End show, even if you aren’t the biggest fans of the film.