Silas Marner | Tour | Review

Silas MarnerConnaught Theatre Worthing – Thursday 26 September Silas Marner | Review A Heartwarming Celebration of Parenthood Having seen The Conn Artists’ previous productions of Courage and The Four Men, I was eagerly anticipating the company’s latest show which premiered Read More …

Caroline’s Kitchen | Connaught Theatre, Worthing | Review

Caroline’s KitchenConnaught Theatre, Worthing3rd – 6th April 2019 Caroline’s Kitchen | Review Caroline Mortimer is the Nation’s favourite TV cook and in the glare of the spotlights it seems as though she has the perfect life but as we are Read More …

My Mother Said I Never Should | Connaught Theatre, Worthing | Review

My Mother said I Never ShouldConnaught Theatre, Worthing19-20 March 2019 My Mother Said I Never Should | Review My Mother Said I Never Should, written by Charlotte Kelly, is the most widely performed play ever written by a woman, having Read More …

The House on Cold Hill | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

The House on Cold HillTheatre Royal BrightonMonday 4th to Saturday 9th March 2019. The House on Cold Hill | Review. ☆☆☆☆ The House on Cold Hill, directed by Ian Talbot, brings to life Peter James’ experience of buying a Sussex house with a history of hauntings. The world renowned Read More …

Rain Man | The Hawth Crawley | Review

Rain Man The Hawth, Crawley11th – 16th February 2019 Tickets Here Rain Man | Review Expectation was high for this production of Rain Man by The Classic Screen to Stage Theatre Company, as Rain Man the film scooped many prestige Read More …

The Importance of Being Ernest | Tour | Review

The Importance of being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest Eastbourne, Devonshire Park Theatre Tuesday 24 April 2018 Big, Bold and Beautiful Theatre There is no better feeling of suspense in a theatre, than when the curtain is about to rise to unveil to the Read More …

The Winslow Boy | Tour | Review

The Winslow Boy, Aden Gillet, Misha Butler

The Winslow Boy Theatre Royal Brighton April 23 – 28 I am delighted to say that an unexpected visit to the Theatre Royal Brighton last night to see Terence Rattigan‘s play The Winslow Boy ended up being an evening very Read More …