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Reviews

REVIEW: *** – Fear Of God – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

  Copenhagen 1516 is the setting for this solid production of a tale of eviction threats and the righteous clergy. A domestic sub plot is...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore – John Ford – Cheek...

This is an extraordinary evening out. It challenges, provokes and shocks in a way that shows how utterly compelling theatre can be. It...

Under Foot – AboutNOWish Theatre – The egg theatre – REVIEW

REVIEW - Under Foot (AboutNOWish Theatre)10, 12:30, 2:30, 11-15 November 2015, the egg, Theatre Royal Bath.  For walking - 5 year olds.          The egg...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – The Big Meal – Dan LeFranc – The Ustinov Studio...

Director: Michael Boyd This a whirlwind start to the much anticipated American Season 2014. A rollercoaster of a play from LeFranc who presents us...

REVIEW: Busk The Musical – Music Is Life Productions – The Rondo Theatre

BUSK RONDO THEATRE   This new original production from local company Music Is Life is written and composed by Dan Lashbrook, and aims, it says, “to look...

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice – Mission Theatre – REVIEW

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice,  The Mission Theatre Review Date: 8th September 2015  8th-12th September Running time: 2hr 30min   The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, by...

Review: 3 Stars – New Jersey Night – Theatre Royal Bath

Billed as direct from the USA this juke box musical celebrating the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is certainly a crowd...

REVIEW: Story Friday Goes Swimming – Cleveland Pools, Bath

Story Friday is a regular occasion produced by A Word in Your Ear and Kilter Theatre, the event is usually presented at Burdalls Yard on the...

REVIEW: King Lear – The Theatre Royal Bath – 2 Stars

King Lear by William Shakespeare Directed by Lucy Bailey Theatre Royal Bath Productions Theatre Royal Bath Tues 30 July 2013 After reading several very positive and amazing reviews of...

REVIEW: 20:20 Vision New Writing Festival – The Old Theatre Royal

20:20 Vision New Writing Festival Produced by David Shopland & Lewis J. Oatley Directed by David Shopland Bath Masonic Hall (The Old Theatre Royal) 7 new writers, 15...

REVIEW – **** 4 Stars – That Moment by Dougie Blaxland – Second Face...

That Moment by Dougie Blaxland Second Face Theatre Company The Mission Theatre, Bath – 26.04.13 That Moment is a bittersweet, one woman show about the all-too-familiar subject...

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: Küsse – Bath Spa University

Inspired by the story of Kafka's love for his Muse Felice. A love affair that was on paper but rarely in person despite his...

REVIEW: *** DAVID TSONOS: WALKING THE CAT – Bath Brewhouse – Bath Comedy Festival

DAVID TSONOS: WALKING THE CAT BATH BREWHOUSE   This try-out show from amiable Canadian David Tsonos concerns, as one might have guessed, his cat. Or rather his...

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: ***** – THE INTERLINEAR OF CABEZA DE VACA, AND MALINCHE – Mission Theatre

THE INTERLINEAR OF CABEZA DE VACA, AND MALINCHE This extraordinary production from Thereby Hangs a Tale company is essentially a pair of solo dramatic monologues,...

Review: 4 Stars – The Full Monty – Theatre Royal Bath

There is little doubt that the Theatre Royal has a raucous, audience pleasing party of a show in residence for the next two weeks....

REVIEW: 2 Stars – HARDEEP SINGH KOHLI: BIG MOUTH STRIKES AGAIN – WIDCOMBE SOCIAL...

Hardeep comes on without much preamble - going straight to amble, or maybe ramble. He starts, and continues, with random banter with audience members,...
Rapscallion Theatre Company- Theatre Bath

A Piece Of Cake/Transylvania Blues – Review – Rapscallion Theatre Company

Rapscallion Theatre Company formed only this year with the aim of bringing together new talent and new writing. Based on tonight’s performances I can...

REVIEW: Ever Hopeful by Madelaine Winn – Bath University Student Theatre – Bath Fringe...

This debut play by Madelaine Winn is a haunting reflection of what it is like for students, life after university. Three performing art graduates,...