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Reviews

REVIEW: The Little Mermaid Junior – Curtain Up Theatre Schools – The Mission Theatre

22nd February 2014 As a self-confessed Disney fanatic, I was delighted to be given the chance last week to see Curtain Up Theatre School’s production...

Hands Up for Jonny Wilkinson’s Right Boot – By Dougie Blaxland – Live Wire...

Whilst the title may imply that you need to be a huge rugby fan to enjoy this, it is definitely not a mandatory requirement....

REVIEW: *** – Pygmalion – Theatre Royal Bath

 Pygmalion – Bernard Shaw Theatre Royal Bath   This wildly modern reimagining of this classic Shaw play brings many issues into very sharp focus. The tale of...

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REVIEW: Return to Wonderland – Bath Drama – The Rondo Theatre

  Alice in Wonderland, you may think, is not a promising thing to use as allegory for the horrors of the First World War.  Perhaps...

REVIEW: Death, Inc by Andrew Massey – Bath University Student Theatre – Bath Fringe...

It’s becoming an increasing trend in today’s society that technology is doing more and more of the work that people used to do. “Great,”...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – The Herbal Bed – Peter Whelan – Theatre Royal Bath

A revival of Whelan’s play about Shakespeare’s eldest daughter seems apt in 2016 as celebrations of the Bard surround us.    Here the focus is on...

REVIEW: Where There’s A Will – Bath Spa University at the egg theatre

The egg, at Theatre Royal has been host to a string of innovative and young minded performances. Bath Spa University’s OnSet productions have gathered...

REVIEW – BATH COMEDY FESTIVAL: 3 Stars – STEPHANIE LANG – NINCOMPOOP – RING O’BELLS

Stephanie Lang describes herself as “a very silly young woman” and her show purports to set out to prove it. Well is she? Not entirely: this...

REVIEW: *** – MATT GREEN: THESE PEOPLE – RING O’BELLS – Bath Comedy Festival

MATT GREEN: THESE PEOPLE RING O’BELLS   Matt Green looks like a cherub, no, he does, he’s been told so by one of these people; you know,...

REVIEW: **** – WIDCOMBE NIGHTS – WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB – Bath Fringe Festival

This event, in the newly re-built and very flash Social Club, is yet another evening of laughs put together by Bath’s own comedy impresario,...

REVIEW: **** – Bon Bon and Chums Christmas Cabaret Special – Widcombe Social Club

BONBON AND CHUMS CHRISTMAS CABARET SPECIAL WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB   This return of the fabled Bonbon Cabaret to its re-built former home at the Sosh turns out...

Moby Dick by Darkstuff Productions – ****

Moby Dick by Darkstuff Productions Adapted by Simon Harvey-Williams and Phil John Having studied and lived in New Bedford, Massachusetts for almost 10 years, I can...

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...

DREAMTIME: Ellie Frank with Paul Hopkins & Josh Byford – Review – The Rondo...

Dreamtime at the Rondo Theatre showcases a week long run of different local performers and performances. Every night a new act takes to the...

Review: 4 Stars – The Play That Goes Wrong – Theatre Royal Bath

Already being heralded as the next new cult comedy ,“The Play That Goes Wrong” arrives in Bath this week, having recently received the accolade...

REVIEW: Peter Pan – Next Stage Youth – Mission Theatre

Runs until Saturday During this festive season we are bombarded by panto’esk stagings of our favourite stories, what Next Stage Youth give us is a...

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: 4 Stars – Wyrd-o – Tales From The Absurdicon – Bath Fringe Festival

  Show: Wyrd-O! Tales from The Absurdicon Production Co.: Nomadic Academy of Fools Venue: Burdall’s Yard, Bath Starring: Simon Blakeman “I haven’t even started getting weird yet,” our fool,...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Play Strindberg By Friedrich Durrenmatt – A new translation by...

This is an extraordinary production on so many levels. The Ustinov has commissioned this translation from political satirist Beaton as the opening play...