Fatal Attraction | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

Fatal Attraction Theatre Royal Brighton 18-22 January 2022 by James DeardenDirected by Loveday Ingram Based on the Paramount Pictures Corporation picture Every so often a film, a book, or a song becomes the talk of the people: a must see, Read More …

Fantastically Great Women who changed the World | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Fantastically Great Women who changed the WorldChichester Festival Theatre Shown in Chichester two years ago was the phenomenal cult hit Six – a historical remix with strong feminist displays of confidence relating to the six wives of Henry VIII.  Now Read More …

Sleeping Beauty | Devonshire Park Theatre | Review

Sleeping BeautyDevonshire Park Theatre 10th December – 9th January Forgoing pantomime season last year was a crushing blow for regional theatres up and down the country. Not only did they miss out on bucketloads of Christmas cheer but for many Read More …

Beauty and the Beast | The Pavilion, Worthing | Review

Beauty and the BeastThe Pavilion, Worthing Nov 26 2021 – Jan 2 2022 Worthing Theatres & Museum in partnership withPaul Holman AssociatesDirected by Michael Howcroft It’s official: Pantomime is alive and kicking ….. and has arrived at the Pavilion Theatre, Read More …

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde | Tour | Review

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Connaught Theatre, Worthing A Blackeyed Theatre ProductionAdapted and directed by Nick LaneBased on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson The last production from Blackeyed Theatre I attended was ‘Jane Eyre’ a Read More …

East is East | Tour | Review

East is EastChichester Festival Theatre Salford, 1971. George Khan wants to raise his family in the traditional Pakistani way, but his children have other ideas. Abdul and Tariq aren’t ready to be married off, Saleem is pushing artistic boundaries, Meenah’s Read More …

The Cat and the Canary | Tour | Review

The Cat and the CanaryTheatre Royal, Brighton 1st – 6th November 2021 Directed by Roy Marsden Who is the Cat? Even though a caged canary may be safe from the cat’s claws, how does it know that? Can a canary Read More …

The Hound of the Baskervilles | Tour | Review

The Hound of the BaskervillesDevonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne A year after the successful Patrick Barlow adaptation of The 39 Steps opened at the Tricycle, this Peepolykus version of the novel that brought Sherlock Holmes back from the dead adopts the same Read More …

Being Mr Wickham | National Tour | Review

Being Mr WickhamConnaught Theatre Worthing October 21 2021Adrian Lukis in a one-man play Directed by Guy UnsworthWritten by Catherine Curzon and Adrian Lukis ‘Pride and Prejudice’ : Jane Austen’s ubiquitous novel about Georgian repression, manners and familial expectation continues to Read More …

Bedknobs and Broomsticks | Tour | Review

Bedknobs and Broomsticks Congress Theatre, Eastbourne 13th – 17th October 2021 Growing up in the 70s and 80s in the days before mass produced DVDs, streaming services and smart phones, no school holiday was complete without a trip to the Read More …