Joseph

Review – Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is an oft mocked but actually under-rated vehicle in the canon of modern musical theatre, and especially in...

Review – The Ingenious Gentleman – Don Quixote

It's a performance of tremendous skill, sensitive and haunting. He makes every word a jewel that sparkles, attracts attention, adds to the overall splendour...
Caroline

Review – Caroline, Or Change

With a fantasia of an entirely different kind, but by the same writer (Tony Kushner), playing in the National Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre's production...

Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me

It could be anywhere. Nothing about the space communicates location. The huge rotting slab of concrete hanging above, with gangrenous pipes belching from its...
Strangers

Review -Strangers On A Train

Above all, this production of Strangers on a Train is memorable for its look. Designer David Woodhead has provided a set that has a...

Oppenheimer – Review

Oppenheimer Swan Theatre 31 January 2015 There is almost nothing as thrilling as sitting in the audience of a production of a new play and...
Chitty

Review – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

West Yorkshire Playhouse’s production delivers an action packed play for children. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang pulls on heartstrings with the well-known story line whilst...

Wendy & Peter Pan

The nursery is gorgeous. Four single beds, with old-fashioned cast-iron bed-heads, and rumpled old-world haberdashery in abundance. Chairs for reading, cupboards for hiding, secret...
Footlights

Review – Lagoon: The Cambridge Footlights Tour Show 2016

It is still a winning comedy formula, and this generation of Footlights will give a lot of pleasure in the coming tour. It will...

Review – Only the Brave

‘Three words to describe this show…Important, relevant and thrilling.’ Steve Marmion, Lyricist and Director.   Only the Brave is nominally a story of bravery in the Second...

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Saturday, Sunday, Monday

This new production of Saturday, Sunday, Monday puts a venerable war-horse through a striking new set of paces reflecting great credit on ensemble values...

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