Work in Progress – The Sugarcoated Sisters | Review

Work in Progress The Sugarcoated SistersBrighton The Sugarcoated Sisters are an award-winning musical comedy duo and real-life siblings from Hertfordshire. Chloe is the blonde, Tabby is the brunette or as they describe themselves during the show, Chloe is the pretty Read More …

Crazy For You | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Crazy for You Chichester Festival Theatre July 11th – September 4th 2022 Nothing short of spectacular!  This feel good romantic musical comedy, celebrating the 30th anniversary of its New York debut, is now commanding standing ovations night after night at Read More …

Wuthering Heights | Tour | Review

Wuthering HeightsTheatre Royal, Brighton Tuesday 17th May 2022 As a massive fan of David Bowie, even I will agree that occasionally his dazzling career went off track and there are one or two albums that leave me cold – that Read More …

Our Generation | Minerva Theatre | Review

Our Generation Minerva Theatre, Chichester A co production with the National Theatre kick starts the 2022 season at the Minerva.  Our Generation, directed by Chichester Festival Theatre Artistic Director Daniel Evans, is a new play by Alecky Blythe (founder of Read More …

School of Rock | Tour | Review

School of Rock Congress Theatre Eastbourne 12/4/2022 I usually enjoy writing the occasional pun or witty remark when opening my reviews, however on this occasion I’m just going to say this. School of Rock The Musical was the best show 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 …

Doubt a Parable | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Doubt: A ParableChichester Festival Theatre 22 January – 5 February Originally scheduled for March last year this new production has finally been brought to the stage.  With the struggles of the past two years behind us, hopefully we can now look forward Read More …

Pinocchio | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

PinocchioChichester Festival TheatreChichester Festival Youth Theatre Last year I was fortunate enough to see Pinocchio (directed by Dale Rooks) before it was forced to close when Sussex went into Tier 4. This year (under the direction of Bobby Brook) it Read More …