This is our five star review of the Curve production of What The Butler Saw in 2017. It is showing… Read more Fancy watching What The Butler Saw from Curve Theatre Sunday 19th April?
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The opening soundtrack of the familiar whistled tune of Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em before the curtain rises brings a… Read more Review: Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em. (touring) Nottingham Theatre Royal
The bejewelled leading women of society stride into view to a powerful fanfare, followed by their simpering male… Read more Review: The Taming of the Shrew (RSC touring) Nottingham Theatre Royal
It is a joy to see a repertory company like the RSC producing a series of plays over a few… Read more Review: As You Like It. RSC (touring) Nottingham Theatre Royal.
There are a couple of wow factors going on in this bloody brilliant production of Moonlight and Magnolias written by… Read more Review: Moonlight and Magnolias. Nottingham Playhouse
Originally written for Nottingham Post If you are looking for a bright, colourful and fun night out based on an… Read more Review: The Servant of Two Masters. Lace Market Theatre.
Jim Cartwright’s immensely popular play Two, is beloved by actors and audiences alike. It is pure working class theatre chock… Read more Review: Two. Longpig Theatre Company. Nottingham Theatre Royal.
There are show overtures and there are show overtures and Mack & Mabel must have the most sensational musical preliminary… Read more Review: Mack & Mabel. CTC. Loughborough Town Hall
Originally written for Nottingham Post. Because of the civil war between the Royalists and the Puritans, life in England was… Read more Review: Nell Gwynn. The Lace Market Theatre. Nottingham