During World War Two the Eighth Army was a field formation of the British Army and fought in the North… Read more Review: The Siren Club. Curve Young Company.
As Andrew Lloyd Webber celebrates his 70th birthday it seems fitting that, Whistle Down The Wind, one of his earlier… Read more Review: Whistle Down The Wind. Long Eaton Operatic Society.
This delightfully magical stage adaptation of Louis Sachar’s popular novel Holes at Nottingham Playhouse – Sat 31st March – Sun… Read more Review: Holes. Nottingham Playhouse.
Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s shortest plays and it is striking how quickly it leaps to the heart of the… Read more Review: Macbeth by Much Ado About Theatre.
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.
Rose Theatre Kingston and Touring Consortium Theatre Company’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde currently at Nottingham Theatre Royal Tuesday 20… Read more Review: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Nottingham Theatre Royal.
War Horse, based on Michael Morpurgo’s beloved novel and adapted for the stage by Nick Stafford, is a remarkable story of… Read more Review: War Horse. National Theatre Tour. Nottingham Royal Concert Hall.
Trainspotting Live provides the trip of a lifetime. Messy, anarchic, jubilant – but dissolute and very disturbing. Which is all… Read more Review: Trainspotting Live. Curve Theatre.
Unlimited and Big Feast present: This is not a safe space. Based on interviews with over 80 people, poet and… Read more This Is Not A Safe Space. Jackie Hagan. DeStress Fest and touring.
The script of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s phenomenally gusty and humane play, Our Country’s Good, has scene two down as ‘A lone… Read more Review: Our Country’s Good at Nottingham Playhouse