The Doctor | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

The Doctor Theatre Royal Brighton 5th-12th September 2022 In a divisive time, in a divided nation, a society takes sides. Robert Icke’s The Doctor opened in August 2019 at the Almeida Theatre in London to critical acclaim, the play was Read More …

The Narcissist | Minerva Theatre, Chichester | Review

The Narcissist The Minerva Theatre, Chichester Written by Christopher ShinnDirected by Josh Seymour 26 August – 24 September 2022 This long anticipated play from American playwright Christopher Shinn should have come to the stage in 2020, delayed until now due Read More …

Life of Pi | Wyndhams Theatre | Review

Life of Pi Wyndhams Theatre Life of Pi is a Canadian philosophical novel by Yann Martel published in 2001. The protagonist is Piscine Molitor “Pi” Patel, an Indian boy from Pondicherry who explores issues of spirituality and metaphysics from an Read More …

Here’s What She Said to Me | Tour | Review

Here’s What She Said to Me Connaught Studio Theatre, Worthing February 10 2022 A Utopia Theatre ProductionWritten by Oladipo AgboluajeDirector: Mojisola Elufowoju Utopia Theatre, a leading voice for African Theatre in the UK is a relatively new company (founded in Read More …

The Play What I Wrote | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

The Play What I Wrote Chichester Festival Theatre The Play What I Wrote is an insightful celebration of the British comedy double act Morecambe and Wise, and an irreverent and farcical exploration of the nature of double acts in general. Several other Read More …

The Good Life | Review

The Good LifeChichester Festival Theatre Anyone of a certain age will have watched The Good Life during the 1970s, a golden age for British sitcoms which also includes Dad’s Army, Porridge and the greatest of them all, Fawlty Towers. It Read More …

Groan Ups | Mischief Theatre | Tour | Review

Groan Ups Theatre Royal BrightonMischief Theatre Mischief Theatre return to Brighton with their latest offering and this time nothing goes wrong. Groan Ups is an observational comedy which follows the progress of five children at three stages of their development, Read More …