Thoroughly Modern Millie

Review – Thoroughly Modern Millie

Everything today is thoroughly modern...well, perhaps. But Stephen Mear's delicious and totally captivating production of Thoroughly Modern Millie demonstrates precisely why "old fashioned" thinking...
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...
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...
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....
footloose

Review – Footloose (UK Tour)

Footloose has been around for 35 years.  It started as a script, based on a true story of a university student who challenged an...
Guys and Dolls

Review – Guys and Dolls

Rebel Wilson may be about to launch a Rubensesque Runyonesque assault on the West End, but it is comforting to see that the UK...
Heartbeat

Review – Heartbeat

Heartbeat is a nostalgic trip down memory lane, that sadly fails to live up to it’s TV success. As the audience enter the auditorium they...
travels with my aunt

Review – Travels With My Aunt

At Chichester, Patricia Hodge is putting "the living in life" as the wacky Aunt in Drewe and Stiles' new musical, Travels With My Aunt....
Dea

Review – Dea

Dea is as about as uncomfortable an evening at the theatre as could be imagined, but the play undoubtedly provides many opportunities for reflection...

Review – A Story of Tom Jones – The Musical

When you go to see Tom Jones The Musical, you expect to hear the songs, see the swivelling hip gyrations, and tight pants.  What...

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