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Tuesday, 21 May, 2019

Reviews

FRINGE REVIEW: ****1/2 – What I Do For You – Burdall’s Yard – Bath...

What I do for you   How far could you go on lies and secrets? And who would you really protect from them? And finally, who...

REVIEW: ***** – Maestro – The Rondo Theatre

MAESTRO RONDO THEATRE   ‘Maestro’ turns out to be an apt title for this solo show from Kieran Hodgson; not particularly because of his fascination with Gustav...

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: **** – Open Mic. – Apricity Theatre – The Curfew

Open Mic. Written and directed by Hattie Taylor Apricity Theatre The Curfew 16th – 18th August, 8pm   First up at this ‘open mic night’ is Matilda Dickinson, who provides...

REVIEW: ***** – Talking Tales: More Banksy Than Bonnets – Stokes Croft Writers –...

05.06.2016  Ending a day with ferocious Quokka’s, an Australian marsupial, devouring humans on a boat before engaging in various forms of sexual intercourse with werewolves,...

REVIEW: *** The Price – Theatre Royal Bath

Arthur Miller’s The Price may not be the best known play from the American playwright; however it deals with those issues that define Miller...
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REVIEW: When Midnight Strikes – Exit Stage Left

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REVIEW: *** – Lady Macbeth – Mission Theatre – Bath Fringe Festival

This production from South West Dance Theatre is not, as you might think from the title, a study of the ambitious scheming wife of...

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: Tour of the Old Theatre Royal Orchard Street

From Temple to Tomb, the Old Theatre Royal Tour is an eye opening perspective of Bath through one building’s rich history...   A walk through the...

REVIEW – Bath Comedy Festival: 4 Stars – DIANE SPENCER – POWER TOOL – THE...

This show is described by its maker as a “work-in-progress.”  It has to be said that it seems to have made a great deal of progress already. This is not your usual...

REVIEW: *** An Ideal Husband – Theatre Royal Bath

An Ideal Husband “Every man of ambition has to fight his century with its own weapons” declares Robert Chiltern, an eminent and apparently trustworthy politician...

REVIEW: **** – Mia’s Story – Learning Disability and Parenthood – The Egg Theatre

Mind the Gap is one of Europe’s leading learning disability theatre companies that creates work for UK and international audiences. Mind The Gap create...

REVIEW: **** – Frankenstein in Bath – Show of Strength Theatre

This intriguing promenade around Bath from Show of Strength theatre company follows the footsteps of Mary Shelley, who, in the desperate rush to claim...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Rumpelstiltskin by Matt Harvey & Thomas Hewitt Jones – the...

This hugely entertaining production of the classic Grimm tale has been given a musical treatment by a new writing team Matt Harvey and Thomas...

REVIEW: Grease – Julian Slade Theatre – Curtain Up Theatre School

Curtain Up Theatre School is 10 years old and celebrating with a production of the iconic musical Grease. This well drilled, large company...

Review: Boys by Ella Hickson – Bath University Student Theatre – The Museum of...

Review: Boys by Ella Hickson Bath University Student Theatre The Museum of Bath at Work Boys by Ella Hickson is a quintessential snapshot of the lives 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: ***1/2 Stars – The Miser – Theatre Royal Bath

The Miser – Moliere (freely adapted by Sean Foley and Phil Porter) Theatre Royal Bath    It is important to note the term “freely adapted” coined by...

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...