Review – Guys and Dolls

When people talk about Guys and Dolls, the quite perfect “musical fable of Broadway” written by Frank Loesser (music/lyrics) and Jo Swerling and Abe...

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...
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...

Review – CATS

Cats is sheer theatrical joy. I doubt I have I have ever seen a company so committed to making this piece work so effectively....

The Merchant of Venice – Review

The Merchant of Venice     Royal Shakespeare Theatre     June 20 2015 The Jew has the knife. The bond has been scrutinised; the...

Ivanov

Lvov: I speak plainly and to the point. Only a man without a heart could misunderstand me. Ivanov: Usually you make three points. One, my...

Oklahoma! – Review

There is nothing not to like in this Oklahoma!. Kavanaugh’s beautiful and captivating production proves exactly why Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! won a special...

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...
The Tempest

Review – The Tempest

The Tempest is Shakespeare's last full length play and one that is difficult to pin down. It is redemptive and romantic, comical and dramatic...
Sunny

Review – Sunny Afternoon

Sunny Afternoon is a show where the music and book combine with fabulous sets, lighting and sound which boost a satisfactory performance to a...

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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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