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Reviews

REVIEW: 3 Stars – A Life of Galileo by Bertolt Brecht adapted by Mark...

Director: Roxana Silbert Theatre Royal Bath Productions and Birmingham Repertory Theatre have teamed up to present the highly acclaimed 2013 RSC production of A...

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...

The Shawshank Redemption – Theatre Royal Bath – REVIEW – 2 Stars

Based on the short novel by Stephen King - Adapted by Owen O’Neill and Dave Johns In times of dwindling audiences across the country, having...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – A Steady Rain – Keith Huff – Ustinov Studio

Once again the Ustinov Studio presents a thought provoking, challenging duologue as part of The American Season. In keeping with their policy of producing...

FRINGE REVIEW: ***1/2 – Blooming Out – Rondo Theatre – Bath Fringe Festival

Blooming Out NOS Three Rondo Theatre 27th May 2017 3½ stars     Blooming Out is a female-driven comedy, starring two Brazilian performers (Maria Rocha and Bianca Bertalot). The close-knit duo...

REVIEW: Fame – Zenith Youth Theatre Company – Kingswood School

Fame - The Musical, lyrics by Jacques Levy, a Zenith Youth Theatre production, directed by Scott Rogers, musical director Roy Page, at the Kingswood...

REVIEW: The Great British Soap Opera – Mission Theatre

The Great British Soap Opera, a new musical by Jake Brunger and Pippa Cleary, produced by Mark Sellick, directed by Scott Rogers,presented by Not...

REVIEW: **** – Fred Macaulay – Widcombe Social Club

FRED MACAULAY WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB The prophet of Perthshire takes to the stage at the packed Social Club with his usual casual-seeming style. He says the...

REVIEW – Bike by Katherine Mitchell – **** 1/2 Stars

It’s hard to truly appreciate the hard work and sheer talent it takes to keep an audience entertained; especially when you’re standing up there...

FRINGE REVIEW: *** – Remedies – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

REMEDIES BURDALL’S YARD   This show from Middle-Weight Theatre sort of lives up to the company’s name, being not entirely lightweight, and not entirely heavy – but...

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...

REVIEWS: Gone Fishing – Oliver Gamblin and Trip the Light Fantastic – Miriam Battye...

Theatre West – Autumn Season The excellent Theatre West, supporting the best of new local writing are in the midst of their Autumn Season, showcasing...

REVIEW: **** Wind in the Willows – the egg

Wind in the Willows  The egg theatre 9 June 2017 Kenneth Grahame’s 1908 children’s novel is brought to charming and amusing prestige by screenwriter and dramatist Alan...

REVIEW: *** – Pronoun by Evan Placey- Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

  The stark set has only one adornment  - a James Dean Poster of Rebel Without A Cause – and this play couldn’t be further...

FRINGE REVIEW: ****1/2 – Films About Ghosts – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

FILMS ABOUT GHOSTS, Russell Eccleston Black Dog Productions Burdall’s Yard, Bath 5th June 2017       Films About Ghosts is a haunting tale that follows Elsie, who’s interest in her...

REVIEW: **** – Nobody Suspects A Murder – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

Nobody Suspects a Murder is melodramatic, theatrical and brilliant in equal parts. From the doddering but devoted butler to the charmingly naïve Inspector, this...

REVIEW: *** – Deadly – 7 Plays / 7 Sins – Bath Fringe Festival

04/06/2016 On our ‘drive thru’, I could not help but feast on the script of the excellent eucharist and contemporary art around me. David Aitken’s...

REVIEW: *** – Medea – Bristol Old Vic 

Medea    Expectation has been high surrounding the opening of Medea at Bristol Old Vic. The traditional tale by Euripides redesigned into a modern retelling by...

REVIEW: 3 Stars – Exit the King by Eugene Ionesco, New translation by Jeremy...

Once again The Ustinov has presented a powerhouse of a production with this final piece in their 2014 programme. This is an examination...