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...
Romeo and Juliet

Review – Northern Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet

Northern Ballet has had great success in touring this version of Romeo and Juliet, now on its last circuit of regional centres before it...

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...

And Then There Were None – Review

You really have to admit that Agatha Christie was a woman who knew how to plot. She was the mistress of the carefully laid...
Shakespeare Revue

Review – The Shakespeare Revue

A starfield backdrop. A grand piano. Five glamorous stools, black leather and shiny metal. Five performers, two women, three men. A sense of style....

Review – Chicago

The strength of this production of Chicago lies in the piece itself. The story, music and treatments will stand the test of time for...

Review – Rocky Horror Show

The Rocky Horror Show bounded into Richmond during its successful tour of the UK. The story of the freakish Frank-n-Furter, and his ghouls, living in...
Sixpence

Review – Half A Sixpence

Flash, Bang, Wallop...three words that encapsulate the Cameron Mackintosh/Chichester Festival Theatre revival/revision of Half A Sixpence. The production is flash (fabulous costumes, choreography and casting...

The Seagull

There are many enduring images: the moon caressing the make-shift stage, built in the Lake to accommodate Konstantin’s “avant grade” play; Polina storming off,...

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...

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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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