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Monday, 10 August, 2020

Reviews

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: 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 – The Persistence Of Memory – Butterfly Psyche Theatre – 5 Stars

The Persistence of Memory Butterfly Psyche Theatre The Rondo Theatre “If Memory came to visit, would you welcome her?” Not a question many of us expect to have...

REVIEW: On Golden Pond – Next Stage Theatre Company – The Mission Theatre

On Golden Pond Next Stage Theatre Company The Mission Theatre Next Stage has a well-deserved reputation for high standards of performance, and they fail to disappoint...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë – Adapted...

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall was unknown to me. Certainly the subject matter that marbles the work of the Bronte’s of alcohol abuse, domestic...

REVIEW: Goodnight Mr Tom – Mission Theatre

Goodnight Mister Tom adapted by David Wood Next Stage Youth The Mission Theatre   This adaptation of the popular novel by Michelle Magorian fits this vibrant company like...

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...

REVIEW: ***** – MOTHER’S RUIN: A CABARET ABOUT GIN – WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB

MOTHER’S RUIN: A CABARET ABOUT GIN WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB Well, this is one of those shows that does exactly what it says on the tin. Or...

REVIEW: **** – Abi Roberts: Anglichanka – Bath Comedy Festival – Bath Brewhouse

ABI ROBERTS: ANGLICHANKA BATH BREWHOUSE We are welcomed in, in Russian (!), by a hefty lady in a fur hat, though it’s a sunny day and...

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...

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...

BATH CHRONICLE REVIEW: Inspiration – Bath Theatre School – The Roper Theatre

‘Inspiration’ - a title that conveys drama, effervescence and looking back to one’s past along with a keen eye on the future. This title...

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: **** – UnSpoken – Softsod Productions Presents – Mission Theatre

From playwright David Martin and director Jacqs Graham comes this beautifully twisted tale of abuse and loss. With only a two people cast, Lucy...

REVIEW: **** – The Darkling Society – Kilter Theatre – Bath Fringe Festival

  Kilter Theatre is well known for their inspired tales and captivating performances across the city. The Darkling Society continues to reflect their excellence in...

REVIEW: **** Twenty Something – Bath Fringe Festival

Janey Mcleod is an actress and performance poet who has worked across the South West and London. In this stand up show Janey performs work...

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 – The Dolphin Crossing – 3 STARS

Blue Brook Productions The Dolphin Crossing Adapted and directed by Ed Viney Adapted from Jill Paton-Walsh’s novel of the same name, Blue Brook Productions’ new play...

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...

NOIR: A Dick Privet Mystery – Review – Croon Productions – Bath Fringe Festival

“Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine,” was the smoky, dingy, dame-filled Casablanca atmosphere...