This reviewer finds Magic Goes Wrong (on tour) magic consultant Ben Hart’s programme notes, to be the perfect summing up… Read more Review: Magic Goes Wrong. Curve Leicester
As the audience takes their seats, a thumping, pulsing beat sets the tone for the carnival that is about explode… Read more Review: J’Ouvert. Nottingham Theatre Royal.
Exciting theatre should be anything but immutable and, au contraire to the rather pessimistic French saying of plus ça change,… Read more Review: Piaf by Pam Gems. Nottingham Playhouse Company and Leeds Playhouse.
Father Brown – The Murderer in the Mirror adapted by John Goodrum (Based on the mysteries of G.K. Chesterton) The… Read more Review: The Murderer In The Mirror. Nottingham Theatre Royal.
Trina Haldar superbly directs this whimsical and infectiously upbeat, socially distanced, Derby Theatre production of Kenneth Grahame’s timeless classic The… Read more Review: The Wind In The Willows. Derby Theatre. Derby Market Place.
Arriving at Markeaton Craft Village, there is a sense of calm as one is directed to a socially distanced ‘pitch’… Read more Review: The Comedy of Errors. Oddsocks Productions (on tour). Markeaton Park. Derby.
Aidy The Awesome is a fun fuelled awesome adventure created by The Gramophones and at forty-seven minutes long it is… Read more Review: Aidy The Awesome. The Gramophones. Streaming.
A retrospective. Une rétrospective. Back in the summer of 2019 I reviewed Amélie The Musical at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre.… Read more Review: Revisiting – Amélie the Musical. Criterion Theatre London.
What a joy to be back in the theatre and what a way to open the post-COVID season than with… Read more Review: Am Dram – a musical comedy. Curve Theatre. 27-29 May.
HORRIBLE HISTORIES – BARMY BRITAIN Theatre Royal Nottingham Thursday 5 to Saturday 7 August 2021 Thu 6.30pm, Fri 2.30pm &… Read more Theatre Royal Nottingham now booking Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain and Groan Ups.