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Reviews

REVIEW: 5 Stars – Hitch (review 2) – Bath Fringe Festival

READ OUR SECOND REVIEW OF HITCH BELOW: This is the final night of this year’s Spiegeltent at the Fringe. It promises an evening of...

REVIEW: **** 1/2 Stars – The Turn Of The Screw – Red Rope Theatre

The Turn Of The Screw - Arnos Vale Cemetery “Of course I was under the spell, and the wonderful part is that, even at the...

Review: 4 Stars – The Play That Goes Wrong – Theatre Royal Bath

Already being heralded as the next new cult comedy ,“The Play That Goes Wrong” arrives in Bath this week, having recently received the accolade...

REVIEW: **** – Robin Hood – the egg theatre

ROBIN HOOD THE EGG This, the egg’s Christmas show, written and directed by Greg Banks, has very little about actual Christmas at all. Do we care?...

REVIEW: **** – Sofie Hagen – Dead Baby Frog – Rondo Theatre

SOFIE HAGEN: DEAD BABY FROG RONDO THEATRE Sofie Hagen has everything that should mean she can’t succeed as a comic, supposedly. She’s Danish (aren’t all Scandis...

EDINBURGH REVIEWS: 2 Stars – Kinsey Stix – Gilded Balloon (nightclub)

23:00 until the 29 Aug I've always thought it must be a real drag to be on a reality TV show, Kinsey Stix proved this...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Don Gil of the Green Breeches – The Ustinov Studio

by Tirso de Molina Translated by Sean O’ Brien Director Mehmet Ergen Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath It is a sparkling translation, exquisite vision and a...

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: The Weir – Conor McPherson – Next Stage – Mission Theatre

The Weir by Conor McPherson is widely acclaimed as a contemporary masterpiece. First performed in 1998 it is simply a moment in time in Brendan’s Bar, in...

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...

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...

Mrs Henderson Presents – The New Musical – Theatre Royal Bath – REVIEW –...

Book by Terry Johnson Lyrics by Don Black with Music by George Fenton & Simon Chamberlain Theatre Royal Bath At last, this much anticipated new musical crowned...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Those Magnificent Men – Rondo Theatre

I guess in this age of astronauts, aviation pioneers are not so fashionable or exciting in the public eye. But this jolly romp, concerning...

REVIEW: The Jesus and Mary Chain – Komedia Bath

The Jesus and Mary Chain 2nd October Komedia Bath And on tour, Europe/USA http://thejesusandmarychain.uk.com Even before the first fuzz of feedback is played, the air in Komedia is charged. "We love...

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. ...

REVIEW: **** – Oedipus & Antigone – Beyond The Horizon – Rondo Theatre

OEDIPUS AND ANTIGONE RONDO THEATRE   The audience for this performance of the latest production from the excellent Beyond The Horizon company is surprisingly noisy (though not...

REVIEW: 3 Stars – Hetty Feather – Theatre Royal Bath

Adapted by Emma Reeves from the novel by Jacqueline Wilson, Theatre Royal Bath Dame Jacqueline Wilson is considered one of the most popular children’s’ authors and...

Humble Boy – The Mission Theatre, Bath – REVIEW

Platform 8 Productions Runs until Saturday   In Charlotte Jones' marvellous comedy we meet the Humble family and the Pye family - an elaborate set-up for a...

REVIEW: AVENT AND MONIE – BACK FOR GOOD – The Ustinov Studio

Avent & Monie - Back For Good The Ustinov Studio Friday 21 & Saturday 22 June 2013 Friday and Saturday nights last week saw the Ustinov Studio...

REVIEW: Story Friday Goes Swimming – Cleveland Pools, Bath

Story Friday is a regular occasion produced by A Word in Your Ear and Kilter Theatre, the event is usually presented at Burdalls Yard on the...