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...

Review – Show Boat

The look in her eyes is wild, scared. We have not seen her like this; something has really unsettled her. She is the comedienne...

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...

Love For Love

When you enter the Swan Theatre you feel you have arrived too early. Various lamps, astrolabes, and a stuffed crocodile are being hoisted into...

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,...

Platonov

Platonov
Platonov has it all: sex, fireworks, attempted suicides, contemplated suicide, a stroke victim, hired assassins, murder and witty, witty banter. And vodka. Lots of...