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Saturday, 24 October, 2020

Reviews

REVIEW: 4 Stars – Fallen Angels – Noel Coward – Theatre Royal Bath

Until March 2nd When Fallen Angels was first produced in London 1925 it was described as “ vulgar, disgusting, outrageous..” with the central characters...

REVIEW: **** – The Importance Of Being Earnest – Theatre Royal Bath

The Importance of Being Earnest – Oscar Wilde Original Theatre Company Theatre Royal Bath This classic comedy by the brilliant Oscar Wilde is an absolute treat for...

REVIEW: 4 Stars – NOEL BRITTEN: DECEPTIVELY SIMPLE – SLEIGHT (above the Ale House)

This is indeed a deceptively simple show, in which local hero Noel Britten (only begetter of the Bizarre Bath walk, Bath’s longest running piece...

The Crucible by Arthur Miller – Bristol Old Vic – REVIEW

Bristol Old Vic kicks off their autumn season with The Crucible,  sixty one years after they gave Arthur Miller's classic play its British première. Set...

Spring Awakening, Review, The Rondo Theatre

The musical Spring Awakening is based on the original play by Frank Wedekind; a journey through adolescence, sexual awakening and the suffocating attitudes of...

FRINGE REVIEW: **** – Seeds – Burdall’s Yard – Bath Fringe Festival

Seeds, by Naomi Knox, Aimee Pollock and Megan Vernon Between Creatives Theatre Collective Burdall’s Yard May 30th Devised by three women, Seeds is a show with a powerful...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – The Snow Child – Butterfly Psyche Theatre – The Rondo...

This new production from Alison Farina’s Butterfly Psyche Theatre is aptly chosen as its Winter Show. As you might guess from the title it...

REVIEW: ***** – Stateless – Joli Vyann – Circomedia Bristol

STATELESSCIRCOMEDIA, BRISTOL   It’s hard to define this piece from Joli Vyann company: is it ballet, is it circus, is it gymnastics, is it theatre –...