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Reviews

REVIEW: ***** – The Diary Of Anne Frank – Rondo Theatre

Diary of Ann Frank adapted by Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett from The Diary of a Young Girl; an OOOH ARR production at the...

REVIEW – 4 STARS – The American Plan by Richard Greenberg – The Ustinov...

The American Plan by Richard Greenberg Ustinov Studio, Bath; Reviewed 11/03/2013 “You look as if nothing has ever happened to you” We are by a lake set...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – SPENCER JONES: THE HERBERT IN THE PROPER JOB – RING...

Spencer Jones hits the stage dressed like an idiot, grinning like an idiot, and behaving like an idiot. He’s not an idiot. This...

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”...

FRINGE REVIEW: **** – Tartuffe – Mission Theatre – Bath Fringe Festival

TARTUFFE MISSION THEATRE   This production by Bath University Student Theatre of Roger McGough’s adaptation of Moliere’s 1664 play is a pleasing thing. There’s no pretence here...

REVIEW: **** – 4 Stars – John-Luke Roberts Builds A Monster – Bath Comedy...

JOHN-LUKE ROBERTS BUILDS A MONSTER THE RING O’BELLS   This brand-new, still evolving show from John-Luke Roberts takes stand-up to its outer limits. The monster that he...

REVIEW: 3 Stars – The Ballad of Martha Brown- Angel Exit Theatre – The...

Have you come from far to see the hanging? Of Martha Brown. As the mob descended into the hang fair for the last public execution...

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: Tango Moderno – Theatre Royal Bath

Tango Moderno Theatre Royal Bath The sizzling dance dynamos that are Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone take tango to the streets in their lively new show...

REVIEW: Orphan – Black Dog Productions – The Mission Theatre

Orphan, written by Russell Eccleston, directed by Gabrielle Finnegan, presented by Black Dog Productions at The Mission Theatre, Bath, Tuesday 24th April - Friday...

REVIEW: **** – As You Like It – Tinned Pizza Theatre Company – Bath...

This student performance of As You Like It took place in the upstairs bar at Molloy’s pub, and the second I walked into the...

REVIEW – AN ACT OF TWISTING – THE RONDO THEATRE

When producing theatre, Provocation promise to deliver “vivid & witty new writing” and in that respect, this show does not disappoint. An Act of...

REVIEW: **** 4 Stars – A Room With A View – Theatre Royal Bath

A Room with a View adapted by Simon Reade Based on the novel by E. M. Forster   This is an elegant and lavish affair A Room...

REVIEW: Our Country’s Good – Bath Spa Theatre Society – Mission Theatre

Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker    Bath Spa Theatre Society The Mission Theatre Monday 22nd May, 2017    Following their successful debut at The Mission Theatre last year with...

REVIEW: 3 Stars – Black Coffee by Agatha Christie – Theatre Royal Bath

The Agatha Christie Company brings this attractive production to Bath this week. The design both set (Simon Scullion) and Costume (Nikki Bird) encapsulating the...

REVIEW: *** Stars – Ravaged Spleen Comedy Night – GPT Smokehouse

RAVAGED SPLEEN COMEDY NIGHT GPT SMOKEHOUSE   This new venture is organised and compered by Josh McGrillen. Perhaps ‘organised’ is too strong a word, your hero mounting...

REVIEW: *** – It It Tabu? – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

Well, is it? And what is tabu, anyway.? Is it spelt wrong, or not? Where was I? Oh, yes, reviewing. This is...

REVIEW: 3 Stars -ARTHUR SMITH: MINDLESSNESS – A BEGINNER’S GUIDE – RING O’BELLS

I think, well I hope, anyway, that this is one of those ‘work in progress’ shows. As you might guess, it is an...

BATH CHRONICLE REVIEW: Deceptively Simple – Bath Fringe Festival

As Noel Britten and Richard McDougall perfectly described, A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. As the...

REVIEW – ‘Proof’ – The Theatre Royal Bath – *** 3 Stars

'Proof' -  The Menier Chocolate Factory. Theatre Royal Bath 29.04.13 Proof, for most of the evening, has us riddled with doubt. The two killer moments - the close...