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Reviews

REVIEW: **** – DAVID MILLS: RUMOUR HAS IT – RONDO THEATRE – Bath Comedy...

DAVID MILLS: RUMOUR HAS IT RONDO THEATRE   David Mills ambles on stage with little ceremony and begins what at first seems just like idle chat with...

REVIEW: Death, Inc by Andrew Massey – Bath University Student Theatre – Bath Fringe...

It’s becoming an increasing trend in today’s society that technology is doing more and more of the work that people used to do. “Great,”...

REVIEW – 2 & 1/2 Stars – Birdsong – Theatre Royal Bath

Birdsong By Sebastian Faulks adapted for stage by Rachel Wagstaff Directed by Alistair Whatley The Theatre Royal Bath, Monday 20 – Saturday 25 May 2013 Birdsong is...

FRINGE REVIEW: *** – No Innocent Laughter – Mission Theatre – Bath Fringe Festival

NO INNOCENT LAUGHTER MISSION THEATRE   James Green’s dark comedy is set in a rural English village - not one full of happy yokels who are close...

REVIEW: A Christmas Carol, Bath University Student Theatre

BUST’s (Bath University Student Theatre) production of A Christmas Carol does exactly what it says – or what is expected for such a production...

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,...

REVIEW: *** – The Open House – Ustinov Studio​

The Open House – Will Eno Ustinov Studio​ The Open House is the second production in the Ustinov’s Atumn season of UK premieres. Here the former...

REVIEW: Return to Wonderland – Bath Drama – The Rondo Theatre

  Alice in Wonderland, you may think, is not a promising thing to use as allegory for the horrors of the First World War.  Perhaps...