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Reviews

Dancing at Lughnasa REVIEW – **** 1/2 Stars

Dancing at Lughnasa By Brian Friel Performed by the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School The Tobacco Factory Theatre Directed by Sue Wilson To me, Brian Friel’s Dancing at...

REVIEW: Gas Girls – Acta Theatre – Rondo Theatre

ACTA have been touring their production of “Gas Girls” across the region since its inception in 2014. It is a community piece, based on...

REVIEW: **** – Aladdin – UK Productions – Theatre Royal Bath

Aladdin UK Productions Theatre Royal Bath This is a glorious family treat, full of colour and fun it is headed up by a strong cast who hurtle...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Dog Show – Rondo Theatre

Every so often it is possible to discover an absolute gem of a show. The large audience at The Rondo were certainly better informed...

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...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – The Big Meal – Dan LeFranc – The Ustinov Studio...

Director: Michael Boyd This a whirlwind start to the much anticipated American Season 2014. A rollercoaster of a play from LeFranc who presents us...

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: *** – Driving Miss Daisy – Theatre Royal Bath

Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Uhry Theatre Royal Bath This new production of the compelling and uplifting tale brings together Sian Phillips and Derek Griffiths in...

REVIEW: Our Country’s Good – Next Stage Theatre Company – The Mission Theatre

Our Country’s Good, by Timberlake Wertenbaker is a tale of love, loss and theatrics. It follows the story of a group of convicts, exiled...

REVIEW: Wordplay – Onset Productions – Burdall’s Yard

Another Saturday well spent watching an eclectic mix of new writing! WordPlay continues to be a great mix of new writers, along with emerging...

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: *** – When The Eye Has Gone – Roughhouse Theatre – Rondo Theatre

One Run and One Ball Of A Time At ‘When The Eye Has Gone’    I would like to mention that as a child, I did...

Review: 3 Stars – Twelfth Night – The Rondo Theatre

This is an interesting venture. Let’s do Twelfth Night as a Christmas show! After all, why not? That’s what the Bard wrote...

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...

BATH CHRONICLE REVIEW: Inspiration – Bath Theatre School – The Roper Theatre

‘Inspiration’ - a title that conveys drama, effervescence and looking back to one’s past along with a keen eye on the future. This title...

Mouthing Off by Grasey Mayes REVIEW

Mouthing Off by Grasey Mayes The Rondo Theatre Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 June 2012 It is evident from speaking with Grasey Mayes that she has great...

EDINBURGH REVIEWS: 5 Stars – Scour by Rebecca Monks – Clouds & Soil (Venue...

Performed by Josh Considine Directed by Daisy Jorgensen Clouds & Soil (Venue 71) Free Fringe 2:15pm until 29 August “The best things in life are free” the old...

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...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – TIMANDRA HARKNESS – BRAINSEX – RONDO THEATRE – BATH COMEDY...

This intriguing show is basically a dressed-up science lecture to explore the question “are men’s and women’s brains really different, or not?” And it...

REVIEW: Intimate Exchanges – Alan Ayckbourn – Next Stage Theatre Company

Mission Theatre   Intimate Exchanges is a fiercely difficult challenge for any company. Ayckbourn has set the challenge of 16 possible endings for the play and...