London, UK, April 20th, 2012 – WasThatGood.com has launched a new online offering to give people an opinion platform regarding London theatre. The site will allow theatre-goers to post honest appraisals of shows in an open forum format.
The site has launched to address an apparent gap in the market for honest, transparent online theatre review resources. At present fans of the stage can often only wade through advert-heavy sites designed to promote famous shows like Lion King or Wicked - with even the official media rarely giving genuine reviews of shows.
As such, Robert Stuart decided to develop and launch an independent theatre and show review site in the shape of WasThatGood.com. On the site show fans can share opinions and find out what is on at venues from the National Theatre to venues around the UK.
“I had had enough of the theatre after a number of uninspiring evenings and so decided to do something about it! Instead of waiting for another news resource to launch more biased reviews surrounded by adverts I deduced that a new, independent site where opinions could be shared openly was required - hence we now have WasThatGood.com!", said Stuart.
In the continuing economic climate many Brits have ceased going to the theatre because they do not want to waste money on shows that will disappoint. WasThatGood.com aims to change the game and bring people back to stage shows via positive, honest reviews.
WasThatGood.com will build to become an open forum which seeks to drive improvement in modern theatre. The site will promote the best shows through positive attendee opinion and poor productions will feel a similar honest impact.
The WasThatGood.com website boasts features ranging from times of shows to dates of performances, offering an in-depth resource for theatre fans. Users can also search productions by highest-rated and even buy tickets through the site.
WasThatGood.com was born in an attempt to give the public a say in the world of theatre by offering an independent forum for them to share their opinions. The intent is to promote open discussion regarding the theatre, which could very well lead to improvement as theatres will have to face reality and will no longer be subject to only a handful of critics who have a channel to the public.
WasThatGood.com is giving the public a voice and theatres will now have an army of critics to contend with. The site is completely independent so users can be confident that what they read is truly the opinion of someone who saw the show and not simply another promotional tactic.
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