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Reviews

REVIEW: **** – The Kite Runner – Theatre Royal Bath

The Kite Runner adapted by Matthew Spangler Theatre Royal Bath   The much awaited stage adaptation of the bestselling novel by Khaled Hosseini has arrived in Bath...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Moon on a Rainbow Shawl – Errol Shaw – Theatre...

Talawa bring this relativity unknown play which is a vivid portrayal of post war Trinidad slum life into sharp focus at the Theatre Royal...

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: 4 Stars – Kafka’s Dick by Alan Bennett – Theatre Royal Bath

As the Theatre Royal Summer Season rolls on, the little performed comedy Kafka’s Dick treats the audience to a great cast and an excellent...

REVIEW: Cautionary Tales – Kingswood School

This Kingswood production is an innovative piece of children’s theatre exploring notions of how children should behave.   Through a series of workshops students, under the...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Ageing Gracefully – Bath Fringe Festival at the Rondo Theatre

Standing centre stage in a flamingo pink suit, his jacket undone to reveal the word sex across his white t shirt, (this wasn't going...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – A Dog’s Life by Pam Valentine – Burdall’s Yard –...

  Pam Valentine's A Dog's Life gives an insight into the humour and pathos of life in a dog's shelter – from the canine viewpoint. What...

REVIEW: The Trial – Playing Up Theatre Company – The Rondo Theatre

The Trial – Steven Berkoff Playing Up Theatre Company    Tucked away in The Rondo this week is one of the strongest local drama groups always providing...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – NEW ACT COMPETITION: GRAND FINAL – WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB

This is the final act of Comedy Festival 2016, featuring the ten finalists, whittled down from hundreds of applicants, in this year’s competition to...

REVIEW: **** – Pressure by David Haig – Theatre Royal Bath

Pressure by David Haig Theatre Royal Bath This is a fascinating play by David Haig which charts the real life story of two allied meteorologists who...

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: **** Memories We Lost in the Fire – Burdall’s Yard Bath Fringe

MEMORIES WE LOST IN THE FIRE By Belinda Barrett Burdall’s Yard Sat 3 June The initial premise of a play about fresher students, written by a student and...

REVIEW: Proof by David Auburn – Next Stage Theatre Company – Mission Theatre

Proof by David Auburn; a Next Stage Theatre Company production at the Mission Theatre, Bath, directed by Charlotte Claydon, Tuesday 17th April - Saturday...

Red Light Winter REVIEW

                Red Light Winter tells the witty, thought-provoking, and ultimately heart-rending story of two New Yorkers abroad, thirty-somethings Matt (Ilan Goodman) and Davis(Keir Charles)...

REVIEW: God Of Carnage – Platform 8 Productions – Mission Theatre

God of Carnage – Yasmina Reza translated by Christopher HamptonPlatform 8 Productions The Mission Theatre This is a good production from Platform 8, a rarely produced...

Ordinary Days, Music and Lyrics by Adam Gwon – REVIEW – An Exit Stage...

Directed by Alison McCausland at The Rondo theatre, Larkhall, 14th - 18th July, 8pm. Ordinary Days proves to be anything but ordinary. Fresh, fast-paced...

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: ***** – 24 Hour Plays – Theatre Royal Bath Engage & Bath Spa...

The 24 Hour Plays were an incredible feat of creativity. On the Saturday, 24 hours before the performance, six writers, six directors and a...

FRINGE REVIEW: *** – Apocalypse – Fake Escape – Bath Fringe Festival

Apocalypse Fake Escape Secret Location 8th June, 2017     Apocalypse is a collection of four short plays set in the lead up to a world-ending meteor strike. Taking them...

REVIEW: ***** – Croft and Pearce Are Not Themselves – Bath Comedy Festival

CROFT AND PEARCE ARE NOT THEMSELVES RING O’BELLS       Hannah Croft and Fiona Pearce are supremely talented. Two performers doing a comedy sketch show with no...