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Reviews

REVIEW **** One Wish (SparkFest – Burdall’s Yard)

aving seen a small preview of ‘One Wish’ at the ScriptMIX preview event last month, I was intrigued to see what this performance would...

REVIEW: *** – The Red Court by Clare Reddaway – Rapscallion Theatre – Rondo...

THE RED COURT RONDO THEATRE   This new play by noted local writer Clare Reddaway seeks to parallel a murky tale of ruthless political ambition in China...

REVIEW: 4.5 Stars – Mice On Skates – Fly In A Pie Puppet Theatre...

One of the main things that takes a piece of children’s theatre up from being simply good and makes it truly great, is when...

REVIEW: *** – The Real Thing – Theatre Royal Bath

The Real Thing Laurence Fox Theatre Royal Bath Stoppard's once again having a moment, what with the recent champagne revival in London of Travesties and the success...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – TAYLOR GLENN: A BILLION DAYS OF PARENTHOOD – RING O’BELLS

 As you might gather, this is a show about the trials and tribulations of having kids, well, a kid, in Taylor Glenn’s case. ...

Joseph – Bath Theatre School – Review

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a musical of biblical proportions, not only with its setting, but also the audience’s expectations of this...

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: The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams – Next Stage Theatre Company...

The Night of the Iguana by Tennessee Williams; a Next Stage Theatre Company production, directed by Ann Ellison at The Mission Theatre, Tuesday 19th...

REVIEW: 3 1/2 Stars – Abigail’s Party – Theatre Royal Bath

Abigail’s Party – Mike LeighTheatre Royal Bath       Abigail’s Party remains a firm favourite with audiences, originally produced in 1970 it is still as entertaining and...

REVIEW: ***** King Lear (Alone)

KING LEAR (ALONE) 8 June Burdall's Yard A magnificent, strong piece of high art playing nicely with Shakespeare’s King Lear. It is a great example of simultaneously...

REVIEW: Christmas at Newton Park – Bath Spa University

In The Darkness Of Winter, We See Christmas At Newton Park As I was escorted across the Main House’s lawn and I saw a cascade...

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...

REVIEW: **** – Sasha Regan’s all male H.M.S Pinafore by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur...

Hot on the heels of the phenomenally successful Pirates of Penzance which stormed the spring season at the Theatre Royal Bath last year. Sasha...

REVIEW: **** – Gunshow – Rondo Theatre

Gunshow, Connor Macleod, Rondo Theatre, 6th and 7th of June   #Gunsh0w presents a tableau of hot-topics: internet fame and shame, gun control, racism and US...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – King John – HammerPuzzle Theatre Company at the egg theatre

This stripped-down production of Shakespeare’s seldom-performed play about England’s least favourite monarch takes place in a set strewn with all sorts of bits of broken...

FRINGE REVIEW: ***** All The Journeys I Never Took

All the Journeys I Never Took by Rebecca Tantony Burdall's Yard Sat 3 June 2017 One of the most original and moving pieces of theatre I've ever...

REVIEW – ‘Proof’ – The Theatre Royal Bath – *** 3 Stars

'Proof' -  The Menier Chocolate Factory. Theatre Royal Bath 29.04.13 Proof, for most of the evening, has us riddled with doubt. The two killer moments - the close...

REVIEW: Grace Fox reviews ‘WE. ARE. YOUNG’ by DollyPop at Green Park Station on...

Leaving university is an exciting yet unnerving experience. The student moving from the stability of an education system to a broad and diverse world...

FRINGE REVIEW: **** – Other Places by Harold Pinter – Bath University Student Theatre...

Other Places by Harold Pinter Bath University Student Theatre Museum of Bath at Work 9th June, 2017       Harold Pinter’s theatre is not something to be adapted lightly, so...

REVIEW: **** – Ghetto by Joshua Sobol – Zenith Youth Theatre – Bath Fringe...

Wow. I just had to put that out there as otherwise I don’t think I will be able to write this review. Produced by the...