Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights story has been entertaining audiences since its initial release in 1847, however this version brings its… Read more Review: Wuthering Heights. Royal and Derngate Northampton.
I Heart Michael Ball is not about Michael Ball. Rather, it’s the story of Alex, the president of the Michael… Read more Review: I Heart Michael Ball. Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse
Walking into the Nottingham Theatre Royal to a completely open stage (I’d never realised quite how big it is, but… Read more Review: Birmingham Royal Ballet – BRB2 – Carlos Acosta’s Classical Selection. Theatre Royal Nottingham
It’s just over forty years since Little Shop of Horrors made its stage debut to much applause and critical acclaim.… Read more Review: Little Shop of Horrors. HMTC. Mansfield Palace Theatre
Birmingham Royal Ballet 25th April The talent, skill, and sheer dedication it takes to be a ballet dancer is not… Read more Review: Birmingham Royal Ballet. Royal and Derngate
‘O What a Night’, indeed. It would be impossible to leave the theatre without a smile on your face and… Read more Review: Jersey Boys (touring) Curve
Examining the absolutely glorious set by Bek Palmer, I’m feeling serious vibes of nostalgia and excitement from the audience: the… Read more Review: Abigail’s Party. Derby Theatre. (touring)
Fisherman’s Friends – The Musical Cambridge Arts Theatre 25th April 2023 The true story of the Fisherman’s Friends caught the… Read more Review: Fisherman’s Friends – the musical. Cambridge Arts Theatre
Sucker Punch is both an intensely intimate and powerfully physical show with complex characters tackling deeply entrenched societal racism whilst… Read more Review: Sucker Punch. Curve.
The Lace Market Theatre, an amateur venue in Nottingham’s historic Lace Market area, has a renowned history of programming some… Read more Review: Measure For Measure. Lace Market Theatre Nottingham