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Reviews

REVIEW: Disenchanted – Exit Stage Left – Rondo Theatre

Disenchanted So what happens when the Disney princesses are able to tell their side of the story? Their frustrations at their representation, the white washing...

REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors – Curtain Up Theatre School

Established in 2004, Curtain Up has certainly made its mark on theatre in the Bath area. The company is well known for creating productions of...

REVIEW: **** – Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs – Theatre Royal Bath

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Theatre Royal Bath UK Productions in association with Theatre Royal Bath Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a gloriously family...

REVIEW: The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner – Burdall’s Yard

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge; a Bath Spa University production directed by John Ward at Burdall’s Yard, Bath, 14th...

REVIEW: In The Heights – Tri.Art Theatre School and Dance Academy – Merlin Theatre

There is a wealth of talent on stage at The Merlin this week as Tri.Art Theatre School and Dance Academy present “In The Heights”...

REVIEW: **** – THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE – THEATRE ROYAL BATH

Thoroughly Modern Millie, Winner of six Tony Awards is the delightful musical theatre comedy based on the 1967 award-winning film. Set in 1922, Millie (Hayley...

REVIEW: **** – Real Life – Flipside Theatre – Rondo Theatre

REAL LIFE RONDO THEATRE   This new piece from Flipside Theatre, written and directed by the clearly very talented Pippa Thornton, centres on Hannah, not long out...

REVIEW: **** – The Best Man – Gore Vidal – Theatre Royal Bath

The Best Man – Gore Vidal Theatre Royal Bath The Best Man, originally written to parallel Kennedy’s 1960 Democratic Convention, is a play that highlights how...

REVIEW: Sketch Show 2 – St Laurence School

The Sketch Show by Humour-us at St Laurence School, Bradford on Avon, 14th March 7.30pm. Political correctness took a night off for this sell out...

REVIEW: All New People by Zach Braff – Rondo Theatre Company – Rondo Theatre

All New People by Zach Braff; a Rondo Theatre Company production directed by Will Jesmond de Clermont at The Rondo Theatre, March 21st -...

REVIEW: Bath School Of Acting Showcase 2018 – The Rondo Theatre

Bath School of Acting Showcase 2018 at The Rondo Theatre, Larkhall, June 17th., 7pm.   Well, sorry folks, you missed it. Unless you were there that is,...

REVIEW: Cinderella – Bath Unity Players – Kingswood Theatre

Cinderella by Katrina Cowie Bath Unity Players Kingswood Theatre Weds 20 – Sat 23 December 2017   Cinderella. One of the most traditional of pantomimes. Everyone knows the story...

REVIEW: **** – Blood Brothers – Theatre Royal Bath

Blood Brothers – Willy Russell Theatre Royal Bath Blood Brothers by Willy Russell has remained a firm favourite with musical theatre goers over the past 30...

REVIEW: Fame – Zenith Youth Theatre Company – Kingswood School

Fame - The Musical, lyrics by Jacques Levy, a Zenith Youth Theatre production, directed by Scott Rogers, musical director Roy Page, at the Kingswood...

REVIEW: Avenue Q – Oooh Arrr Productions – Rondo Theatre

Avenue Q by Jeff Whitty, Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, presented by OOOH ARRR productions, directed by Jack Turner, at the Rondo Theatre, Larkhall,...

REVIEW: Disenchanted – Exit Stage Left – The Rondo Theatre

DISENCHANTED RONDO THEATRE A musical? With no fancy set; in fact no set at all? No boy-meets-girl soppy love songs? And no men? How can this...

REVIEW: Six Characters In Search Of An Author – Bath Spa Theatre Society –...

Six Characters in Search of an Author is a play that wears its skeleton on the outside: an acting company’s rehearsal is interrupted by...

REVIEW ***** Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Plebs (SparkFest – Mission Theatre –

A play, within a play, within a play… Inspired by Hamlet spin-off ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’, this two-man comedy follows the story of two...

REVIEW: How The Other Half Loves – Theatre Royal Bath

How the Other Half Loves Theatre Royal Bath Alan Ayckbourn's play of social satire and marital mayhem first staged in 1969 is now a period piece,...

REVIEW: **** – Journey – SparkFest – Burdall’s Yard

Journey Matthew Emeny SparkFest Burdall’s Yard 25th and 28th May 2018 Journey is an all too real horror story about the disturbing things that go unnoticed in the dark....