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Reviews

REVIEW: **** – Ballet Rambert – Theatre Royal Bath

Ballet Rambert Theatre Royal Bath The stunning Ballet Rambert have returned to the Theatre Royal with a triple bill of glorious contemporary dance. On this occasion they...

REVIEW: How The Other Half Loves – Theatre Royal Bath

How the Other Half Loves Theatre Royal Bath Alan Ayckbourn's play of social satire and marital mayhem first staged in 1969 is now a period piece,...

REVIEW: **** – Crimes Under The Sun – New Old Friends – Ustinov Studio

CRIMES UNDER THE SUN USTINOV STUDIO This latest show from New Old Friends, written by Feargus Woods Dunlop, is a new take on the shameless traducing...

REVIEW: Much Ado About Nothing – Rondo Theatre Company – Rondo Theatre

Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare; a Rondo Theatre Company production directed by Lisa Thrower & Andrew Fletcher, Wednesday 22nd Nov - Saturday...

REVIEW: **** – Definitely Louise by Bethany Heath – Frome Festival

DEFINITELY LOUISE THE THREE SWANS, FROME   This production takes place in the upstairs function room of the gloriously quirky Three Swans pub. The programme notes say...

REVIEW: ***** – My Brave Face – Rondo Theatre

MY BRAVE FACE RONDO THEATRE   This one-man show is devised and performed by the Rondo’s Artistic Director, Ian McGlynn. No problem getting the management to book...

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: Democracy – Next Stage Theatre Company – The Mission Theatre

Democracy by Michael Frayn, presented by Next Stage Theatre Company, directed by John Matthews at The Mission Theatre, Tuesday 28th November - Saturday 2nd...

REVIEW: Rough Justice – Platform 8 – Mission Theatre

Platform 8’s production of ‘Rough Justice’ shows the gripping tale of TV personality James Highwood, who has admitted to killing his handicapped son, and...

REVIEW: People, Places and Things – Theatre Royal Bath

People, Places & Things Theatre Royal Bath Emma – or is it Nina, or even Sarah? – is an actress who is an addict and falling...

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: Pop! The Musical – King Edward’s School

POP! The Musical Wroughton Theatre, King Edward’s School Wednesday 6th – Saturday 9th December 2017   When amateur casts tackle major musicals, they often hang on for dear...

REVIEW: City of Angels – Zenith Youth Theatre Company

City of Angels, music by Cy Coleman, Lyrics by David Zippel, book by Larry Gelbart; a Zenith Youth Theatre production at the Kingswood Theatre,...

REVIEW: ***** Iolanthe – Theatre Royal Bath

The sheer joy and exuberance that this fantastic company brings should be something that could be bottled and sold on rainy days. The glorious Sasha...

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...

REVIEW: Elsie & Norm’s Macbeth – Rondo Theatre

Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth by John Christopher Wood; an Old Bag Theatre Company production, directed by Charlotte Howard at The Rondo Theatre, Larkhall, 25th...

REVIEW: Birdsong – Next Stage Theatre Company – The Mission Theatre

Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks adapted by Rachel Wagstaff Next Stage The Mission Theatre Birdsong is a popular and successful novel. A love story mingled with the brutality...

REVIEW ***** Seeing What Sticks (SparkFest – Burdall’s Yard

Written by Dinos Psyllides, Josh Rennie & Dan Kingham, ‘Seeing What Sticks’ provided a great evenings entertainment filled with combination of clever, fourth wall...

REVIEW: **** 1/2 Stars – The Turn Of The Screw – Red Rope Theatre

The Turn Of The Screw - Arnos Vale Cemetery “Of course I was under the spell, and the wonderful part is that, even at the...

REVIEW: **** SALAD DAYS – Theatre Royal Bath

Salad Days Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade Theatre Royal Bath   Cameron Mackintosh maintains that this is the show that made him, as a child, fall in love...