They say that brevity is the soul of wit and it doesn’t come much shorter than this bijou review of… Read more Review: Boar. Lewis Doherty. Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse.
Bex (Eve Austin) is fifteen years old, full of life and almost too young to be buzzing with… Read more Review: Lit by Sophie Ellerby. Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse.
One of the first times young children aged between three and eight years old (with their parents or guardians) are… Read more Review: The Elves and The Shoemaker. Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse.
There are many times when a reviewer’s interpretation of a play gets immured in story analytics and wild supposition. Second… Read more Review: LAVA by James Fritz at Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse.
Town Mouse and Country Mouse, adapted for the stage by Robin Kingsland and presented in the Nottingham Playhouse Neville Studio… Read more Review: Town Mouse and Country Mouse. Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse.
Sometimes as a reviewer one has to be careful not to give any of the plot away. It is generally… Read more Review: Wreck by Toby Campion. Nottingham Playhouse. Neville Studio.
Directed by Allie Spencer and adapted by Robin Kingsland, Nottingham Playhouse’s studio production of The Princess & The Frog, is… Read more Review: The Princess & The Frog. Neville Studio Nottingham Playhouse
Different is Dangerous is a devised piece of verbatim theatre from Fadia Qaraman and Nyla Levy who together form the… Read more Review: Different is Dangerous at Neville Studio. Nottingham Playhouse.
Should run and run… Hare and The Tortoise written by award winning playwright Brendan Murray and directed with aplomb by… Read more Review: Hare and Tortoise. Nottingham Playhouse. Neville Studio.