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Reviews

REVIEW: **** – Switzerland – Ustinov Studio

Switzerland is a complex dark play by Joanna Murray–Smith which is having its UK premiere at the Ustinov Studio as part of the summer...

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: A Christmas Carol, Bath University Student Theatre

BUST’s (Bath University Student Theatre) production of A Christmas Carol does exactly what it says – or what is expected for such a production...

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: **** – The London Philharmonic Skiffle Orchestra – Bath Comedy Festival – Rondo...

THE LONDON PHILHARMONIC SKIFFLE ORCHESTRA  RONDO THEATRE An avowedly old-fashioned sort of show, this. Skiffle, as they point out, was a long time ago, and didn’t...

REVIEW: **** – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time – Theatre...

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Simon Stephens Theatre Royal Bath   This is a rare treat to be able to catch this...

REVIEW: Betrayal – Harold Pinter Next Stage Theatre – Mission Theatre

Until March 29th 2014 Pinter is always a provocative and thought provoking experience; his skill in managing the sparse astute dialogue with so much subtext...

REVIEW – What Kind Of Day Has It Been? – Rondo Theatre

What Kind Of Day Has It Been? The Rondo, Bath The Rondo theatre in Larkhall is fast establishing itself as THE place to showcase new work....

REVIEW: 5 Stars – JOHN MOLONEY – BATH COMEDY FESTIVAL – NATURAL THEATRE STUDIO

John Moloney walks calmly on stage and starts by telling a joke. What? Have we returned to the 1970s, before ‘alternative’ comedy was...

FRINGE REVIEW: ***** – Girls Like That by Evan Placey – Leading Light Theatre...

Girls Like That by Evan Placey Leading Light Theatre Company Burdall’s Yard May 28th     This play takes us to the heart of a clique of schoolgirls,...

REVIEW: ***** – Howl by Russell Eccleston – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

We are greeted by a man tied to a radiator and another busily typing his own story. What follows over the next hour is...

REVIEW: **** – Crimes Under The Sun – New Old Friends – Ustinov Studio

CRIMES UNDER THE SUN USTINOV STUDIO This latest show from New Old Friends, written by Feargus Woods Dunlop, is a new take on the shameless traducing...

REVIEW: Whale Music by Anthony Minghella – Bath Spa University – The Rondo Theatre

Whale Music by Anthony Minghella Directed by Anthony Marulanda-Carter Bath Spa University The Rondo Theatre   Whale Music by Anthony Minghella is a piece which looks at the identity...

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

Cocoon SparkFest Burdall’s Yard 20th and 26th May 2018 Lydia is ready to move out of her childhood home, but first her bedroom needs a good decluttering. Sifting...

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

Torn SparkFest Burdall’s Yard 29th May 2018 Torn is a short film about three lads hanging out in a forest. Sam has invited mates Matthew and Ryan to...

The Crucible by Arthur Miller – Bristol Old Vic – REVIEW

Bristol Old Vic kicks off their autumn season with The Crucible,  sixty one years after they gave Arthur Miller's classic play its British première. Set...

REVIEW: **** – Racing Demon – Theatre Royal Bath

Racing Demon – David Hare Theatre Royal Bath Jonathan Church hot foot from the triumphs of Chichester launches his directing debut of the Theatre Royal Summer...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – DR LIVINGSTONE, I PRESUME? – RONDO THEATRE

This is an unparalleled display of thespian artistry in which the Ffitch Repertory Players, led by the estimable Mr Julius Stentorian Ffitch and his...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Broke – The Paper Birds – Ustinov Studio and touring​

Paper Birds have crafted a superb play analysing the impact of poverty and debt on the nation. Through real life stories and verbatim...

REVIEW: **** – Sasha Regan’s All Male “The Mikado” – Theatre Royal Bath

Sasha Regan’s All Male The Mikado by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan   Theatre Royal Bath   The boys are most definitely back in town, following the previous successes...