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Tuesday, 26 May, 2020

Reviews

REVIEW: 3 Stars – Toast – Theatre Royal Bath

Set in the world of the Northern bread plant, where the men’s livelihood hangs on the rhythm of the bread machines; this is a...

FRINGE REVIEW: **- I thought I might be Jet Li (but it turns out...

I THOUGHT I MIGHT BE JET LI (BUT IT TURNS OUT THAT I’M NOT) MISSION THEATRE This new play by Stuart Crowther explores what it means...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – DÅG SØRAS: COGNITIVE DISSONANCE – RING O’BELLS 

Dåg Søras is a Norwegian comic, so, classically, you’d expect dark, brooding, bleak humour nursed in the long cold nights by the fjords. Turns...

REVIEW: 4.5 Stars – The Blue Bird, Butterfly Psyche Theatre, The Rondo Theatre

Christmas, in all its magical and heart-warming splendour, comes to life in this not to be missed production of the Bluebird. Your imagination is...

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: Hay Fever – Noel Coward – Next Stage Theatre Company – Mission Theatre,...

Hay Fever is the autumn offering from Next Stage Company and they serve up a frothy, light hearted romp through a weekend in the...

REVIEW – 2 Stars – The State vs John Hayes by Lucy Roslyn –...

Dir: Richard Warren This one woman, one act play packs a powerful punch.  Bearded Theatre Company presents a one act play based on research into...

Theatre Review: Volcano by Noel Coward at the Theatre Royal Bath

Theatre Review: Volcano by Noel Coward at the Theatre Royal Bath 12 June 2012   The much anticipated Volcano has erupted into life on the Theatre Royal...

REVIEW – BATH COMEDY FESTIVAL: 4 Stars – VIV GROSKOP – SAY SORRY TO THE LADY –...

Viv Groskop seems to be some sort of wonderwoman; a mother of three who contributes to at least half a dozen  publications, some of them Russian; writes books;speaks several...

REVIEW: **** – Horrible Histories – Theatre Royal Bath

Horrible Histories Live on Stage – The Best of Barmy Britain By Terry Deary and Neal Foster    The Birmingham Stage Company has been held in great...

FRINGE REVIEW: ***1/2 Stars – Crush by Rob Young – Burdall’s Yard – Bath...

Rob Young’s Crush Directed by Matthew Joseph Rawlings Burdall’s Yard 27th May, 2017    The fragile eco-system of an office is upset when Laura, a temp-worker, joins the team,...

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: ***** – Laurence Owen: Cinemusical High – Bath Comedy Festival

LAURENCE OWEN: CINEMUSICAL HIGH     WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB      An astonishing solo performance, this, from Laurence Owen: a self-penned, full-length spoof teen High School musical movie, with...

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: **** The Rocky Horror Show – Theatre Royal Bath

Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show Theatre Royal Bath It has been almost a decade since this crazy cult musical visited Bath. But not to worry it...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Theatre Royal Bath – Mischief...

Mischief Theatre has bravely stepped out with a second production following their huge hit “The Play that goes wrong.” Here they present Peter...

Review: Avenue Q – Bath Light Operatic Group – The Mission Theatre

When I first heard that BLOG would be doing the hit musical Avenue Q, I have to admit I was nervous. While the version...

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: *** The Price – Theatre Royal Bath

Arthur Miller’s The Price may not be the best known play from the American playwright; however it deals with those issues that define Miller...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë – Adapted...

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall was unknown to me. Certainly the subject matter that marbles the work of the Bronte’s of alcohol abuse, domestic...