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Reviews

The Happy Ones (Preview) – Ridiculusmus – Review – Bath Fringe Festival – 2...

An empty room. A shapeless cardboard box held together with bits of gaffer tape. Voices. From outside the room, a woman, apparently. From inside...

REVIEW: *** – Bath The Movie – Natural Theatre Company

BATH: THE MOVIE   THE STREETS OF BATH   This latest promenade production from Bath’s Natural Theatre is in honour of the current Film Festival; and is indeed...

FRINGE REVIEW: ***1/2 – New Writing, Stand-Up, And Spoken Word – Tinned Pizza Theatre...

New Writing, Stand-Up, And Spoken Word - Tinned Pizza Theatre Company - The Bell: Love Lounge June 9, 2017     In the back room of an unassuming...

Into The Woods – BODS – Review

"Into the Woods."Julian Slade Theatre - Prior Park College, Bath Runs until Saturday    BODS production directed by Juliette Coad is a well-sung and affectionate staging of...

NOIR: A Dick Privet Mystery – Review – Croon Productions – Bath Fringe Festival

“Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine,” was the smoky, dingy, dame-filled Casablanca atmosphere...

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...

Review: ‘Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads’ – The Argyle Players

Alan Bennett’s award-winning Talking Heads monologues, televised to considerable acclaim almost 30 years ago, are regarded as contemporary classics. In choosing three of them...

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: Absent Friends – Next Stage Theatre Company – Mission Theatre

Absent Friends – Alan Ayckbourn Next Stage The Mission Theatre Bath Written in 1974 this razor sharp comedy hits home in all the right places. The excellent...

REVIEW: 13: The Musical – Exit Stage Left

13 “A Grown Up Story about Growing Up”Music by Jason Robert Brown Book by Dan Elish and Lyrics by Robert Horn Exit Stage Left Dragonfly Theatre (Writhlington...

REVIEW: Orphan – Black Dog Productions – The Mission Theatre

Orphan, written by Russell Eccleston, directed by Gabrielle Finnegan, presented by Black Dog Productions at The Mission Theatre, Bath, Tuesday 24th April - Friday...

REVIEW: **** – Blood Brothers – Theatre Royal Bath

Blood Brothers – Willy Russell Theatre Royal Bath Blood Brothers by Willy Russell has remained a firm favourite with musical theatre goers over the past 30...

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...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore – John Ford – Cheek...

This is an extraordinary evening out. It challenges, provokes and shocks in a way that shows how utterly compelling theatre can be. It...

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REVIEW: 2 Stars – The Harvest – Pavel Pryazhko, Translated by Sasha Dugdale – Ustinov Studio

This is a curious piece to launch the new season at The Ustinov, it is very short at under an hour and the evening...

REVIEW: **** – UnSpoken – Softsod Productions Presents – Mission Theatre

From playwright David Martin and director Jacqs Graham comes this beautifully twisted tale of abuse and loss. With only a two people cast, Lucy...

REVIEW: 3 Stars – King Lear – William Shakespeare – Northern Broadsides – Theatre Royal Bath and...

Northern Broadsides have been making great strides, stripping back Shakespeare to minimal staging, a no fuss approach to the bard in order to let...

REVIEW: *** – Hippocrite – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

This amiable piece from Spontaneous Theatre Company stars a sort of Siamese twin hippopotamus, with two heads, four hands and joined at the hip....

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...