Review – Cymbeline

Cymbeline appears to be like London buses: you wait a long time to see one; then when one comes so do many others; and...

Review – King Lear

Where am I? Fair daylight? I am mightily abused. I should ev'n die with pity to see another thus. I know not what to...

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...

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...

Review – Hamlet

How all occasions do inform against me, and spur my dull revenge. Hamlet is much performed; sometimes people argue that it is performed too often, that...

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...

Review – The Government Inspector

This touring production of The Government Inspector, an initiative of the Ramps on the Moon project, aims to put deaf and disabled artists and audiences at...

Review – Tell Me On A Sunday

One can recall long debates by aficionados of such things about the merits and flaws of the earliest recordings of Andrew Lloyd Webber's one-woman...

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....

Review – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

It is easy to make the mistake that London is the place in the UK where one has to be in order to see...

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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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