Theatre South East’s 2018 Favourites

In 2018 Theatre South East Reviewers went to see a total of 60+ Productions in London and the South East. From musicals to plays to circus we have loved sharing our thoughts with you. These are our reviewer’s favourite shows Read More …

The day our minds were blown by Alex McAleer

Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells | March 26th 2016 Champions of Magic Alex McAleer   Do you watch TV magicians and wonder how on earth they astound their audiences? Do you wonder whether they use stooges or simply use camera Read More …

Aladdin | Disney Theatrical Group | Coming Soon!

Prince Edward Theatre | from 27th May 2016 – 1st October 2016. Aladdin.   The name ‘Disney’ is constantly linked to the word magic; Tinkerbell, good Fairies, numerous evil queens even Mickey himself dabbled a little in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Read More …

My Top Ten Theatre Trips of 2015

I had great fun putting together my top ten list for 2014 and was quite excited about doing the same today, however when I started looking at the dozens of shows I have been privileged to have been to this Read More …

Ten Top Shows in London this Christmas

Top Shows in London this Christmas     The Railway Children King’s Cross Theatre ALL ABOARD! This stunning adaptation of E. Nesbit’s classic novel The Railway Children at LONDON’S KING’S CROSS THEATRE is the perfect treat for all the family. Read More …

Pick of the Pantos & Christmas Shows in the South East

It is pantomime season! We have a wonderful selection of pantomimes and other Christmas Shows around the South East and in London this year. Take a look at our top picks and see what you think!   Around the South Read More …

A local Theatre for local people| The Assembly Hall Theatre refurbishment.

Friday marked the official re-opening of the newly refurbished Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells. As part of a five year plan to look at Tunbridge Wells as a cultural destination for West Kent and East Sussex and to fulfil Read More …

August’s top theatre picks in London and the South East

Last month’s column was all about the virtues of Open Air Theatre, and then the sun went in, for that I apologise but the shows go on and audiences are having a marvellous time anyway!