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Tuesday, 26 May, 2020

Reviews

REVIEWS: Gone Fishing – Oliver Gamblin and Trip the Light Fantastic – Miriam Battye...

Theatre West – Autumn Season The excellent Theatre West, supporting the best of new local writing are in the midst of their Autumn Season, showcasing...

REVIEW: **** – Mia’s Story – Learning Disability and Parenthood – The Egg Theatre

Mind the Gap is one of Europe’s leading learning disability theatre companies that creates work for UK and international audiences. Mind The Gap create...

TB REVIEW: Oliver! – Bath Light Operatic Group & Curtain Up Theatre Schools

Review – Oliver! – Bath Light Operatic Group & Curtain Up Theatre Schools – Roper Theatre (Hayesfield School)    Bath’s Oliver takes the biscuit! As well...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – The Rain That Washes By Dave Carey – Chicken...

Ustinov Studio, Bath and tour There are rare moments when the power of storytelling can transcend all boundaries and plunge an audience into a...

REVIEW: ***** – Plastic by Marius von Mayenburg – Ustinov Studio

Plastic by Marius von MayenburgTranslated by Maja Zade Ustinov Studio       Plastic is the first production in the new Ustinov Season. Here, director Matthew Dunster has set...

FRINGE REVIEW: **** – Other Places by Harold Pinter – Bath University Student Theatre...

Other Places by Harold Pinter Bath University Student Theatre Museum of Bath at Work 9th June, 2017       Harold Pinter’s theatre is not something to be adapted lightly, so...

Review: 3 Stars – Bluebeard adapted by Hattie Naylor, Ustinov Studio

Director: Lee Lyford Gallivant brings Bluebeard to the Ustinov following dates in 2013 starting out at Bristol Old Vic Studio as part of the Bristol...

REVIEW: *** – The Red Court by Clare Reddaway – Rapscallion Theatre – Rondo...

THE RED COURT RONDO THEATRE   This new play by noted local writer Clare Reddaway seeks to parallel a murky tale of ruthless political ambition in China...

The Taming of the Shrew – ***

The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare The Theatre Royal Bath Tuesday 27 March 2012 Director: Lucy Bailey The Taming of the Shrew is one of Shakespeare’s...

REVIEW: Mozart’s The Magic Flute – Bath Opera – The Rondo Theatre

One of the big drawbacks of opera is that all too often it is treated with such reverence that the idea of changing anything...

REVIEW: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee – Bath University Student Musical Society...

REVIEW: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Bath University Student Musical Society University Hall, University of Bath “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” –...

REVIEW: 5 Stars – LITTLE SURE SHOT – THE EGG THEATRE

A show that could have been called ‘firearms and feminism’, this spirited rendering of the life and some of the times of that most famous girl with a gun, Annie...

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 – 2 Stars – The State vs John Hayes by Lucy Roslyn –...

Dir: Richard Warren This one woman, one act play packs a powerful punch.  Bearded Theatre Company presents a one act play based on research into...

REVIEW: ***** – THE INTERLINEAR OF CABEZA DE VACA, AND MALINCHE – Mission Theatre

THE INTERLINEAR OF CABEZA DE VACA, AND MALINCHE This extraordinary production from Thereby Hangs a Tale company is essentially a pair of solo dramatic monologues,...

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: His Dark Materials – The Mission Theatre

His Dark Materials, parts 1 & 2 by Nicholas Wright, based on the novels by Philip Pullman at The Mission Theatre; a Next Stage...

FRINGE REVIEW: ** Those Legs – Mission Theatre – Bath Fringe Festival

Review Those Legs The Mission Theatre 28.05.2017 – 19:30   As a writer it is hard for me to see a performance which is so terribly let down...

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: **** – RACHEL PARRIS: KEYNOTE – RING O’BELLS – Bath Comedy Festival

RACHEL PARRIS: KEYNOTE RING O’BELLS     This show from Rachel Parris uses as its excuse her invitation to speak to pupils at her old school, as some...