When the resonant opening bars of Gershwin’s ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ float out from a solo clarinet high up on the… Read more Review: Crazy For You. (touring) Curve Leicester.
Irving Berlin’s stylish musical comedy, Top Hat, is a courageous choice for Carlton Operatic, one of Nottingham’s premiere amateur musical… Read more Review: Top Hat. Carlton Operatic, Nottingham Theatre Royal.
From a play to a television series and, now re-visited in play form, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag arrives, at the Curve… Read more Review: Fleabag (touring) Curve Studio Leicester.
As social satires go Yasmina Reza’s sophisticated and witty play Art (translated by Christopher Hampton) must rank amongst the best… Read more Review: Art. Nottingham Theatre Royal.
This production of Lysistrata by Aristophanes, translated by Alan Sommerstein, and directed by Martin Berry totally rocks! Staged by Lakeside… Read more Review: Lysistrata. Nottingham New Theatre at Lakeside Arts.
Spamalot the musical was the vision of Eric Idle which finally came to the stage in its Broadway premier in… Read more Review: Spamalot the musical (touring) Derby Theatre
Captain Edmund Blackadder says bleakly and comically, of the Great War, “For us, the Great War is finito, a war… Read more Review: Blackadder Goes Forth. The Space. Nottingham.
Almost every page of Oscar Wilde’s well travelled play The Importance of Being Earnest has a well loved quote. The… Read more Promo: The Importance of Being Earnest. The People’s Theatre Company Nottingham.
Birds On The Wing, a comedy farce by Australian writer Peter Yeldham (born 1927), was written in 1970. In that… Read more Review: Birds on the Wing (Auf und Davon) Lace Market Theatre/Jakobus Theater.
La Malade Imaginaire was Molière’s last play in decades of prolific writing and performance. As well as a being one… Read more Review: La Malade Imaginaire by Theater Die Kaeuze at Lace Market Theatre Nottingham.