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 …

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs | Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells | Review

Snow White and the Seven DwarfsAssembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells Fri 17 Dec — Mon 3 Jan 22 My second Evolution pantomime of the year was at the Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells. The first had been one of the best Read More …

Everybody’s Talking about Jamie | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

Everybody’s Talking about JamieTheatre Royal Brighton When I last saw Everybody’s talking about Jamie, I had had an horrendous day (one you still remember years later) and for once, I wasn’t in the mood for theatre! Jamie was well established Read More …

Christmas Concert | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Christmas ConcertChichester Festival Theatre 6th -11th December 2022 The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Collingwood Ah! There’s nothing to compare with a rousing Christmas Concert; plenty of shiny brass instruments, a Cathedral choir, a charismatic and entertaining Conductor and Read More …

The Rocky Horror Show | Theatre Royal Brighton | Tour

The Rocky Horror ShowTheatre Royal Brighton Monday 29th November – Saturday 4th December 2021 “It’s astounding, time is fleeting, madness takes its toll.” Familiar words of an all-time party classic ‘The Time Warp’, guaranteed to get people onto the dance Read More …

Jack and the Beanstalk | Marlow Theatre Canterbury | Review

Jack and the BeanstalkMarlowe Theatre, Canterbury Friday 26th November I’ve seen a lot of pantomimes over the years and in my opinion no other company comes close to Evolution Productions when it comes to consistency, outstanding production values, hilarious scripts, Read More …

Home | Minerva Theatre, Chichester | Review

HomeMinerva Theatre, Chichester Home premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in London on 17 June 1970, directed by Lindsay Anderson with the extraordinary cast of John Gielgud as Harry, Ralph Richardson as Jack, Dandy Nichols as Marjorie and Mona Washbourne as Kathleen. Jessica Tandy replaced Nichols later in the Broadway run. David Storey also adapted his Read More …

Six the Musical | Vaudeville Theatre | Review

SixVaudeville Theatre Will this show ever stop growing? From its humble beginnings at the Edinburg Festival ‘Six the Musical’ keeps on gaining momentum and is now one of the West End’s huge success stories. The brainchild of University Students Lucy Read More …

The Long Song | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

The Long SongChichester Festival Theatre 1 – 23 October 2021 A new adaptation by Suhayla El-BushraDirected by Charlotte GwinnerBased on the novel by Andrea Levy In our present climate of increasing awareness of some of history’s big players having had Read More …