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Reviews

REVIEW: ** – The Deadboat on Wheels – The Rue Theatre – Burdall’s Yard...

This, the first production from Rue Theatre, is about death. Yes. Which means it might be a bit, well, grim. It is. No opportunity...

REVIEW ** – Great Expectations – Theatre Royal Bath

Great Expectations – Charles Dickens adapted by Ken Bentley Adapting, Dickens’s novel for the stage is a huge undertaking and here the script struggles to...

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...

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

This little dance/movement piece from Onset Productions is set to the rhythms of the ocean, and, though the piece itself is not actually still,...

REVIEW: **** – WIDCOMBE NIGHTS – WIDCOMBE SOCIAL CLUB – Bath Fringe Festival

This event, in the newly re-built and very flash Social Club, is yet another evening of laughs put together by Bath’s own comedy impresario,...

REVIEW: **** – Deceptively Simple – Bath Fringe Festival

As one of our charming performers puts it, Deceptively Simple is less a magic show and more a show about magic, and the distinction...

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: “House” by Alan Ayckbourn – The Mission Theatre

Having previously watched “Garden” with great pleasure, it was an invitation to the “House” this time and once again this excellent production of one...