United Queendom | Kensington Palace | Review

United QueendomKensington PalaceMonday 3 March 2020 A Royally Entertaining Evening If These Women Could Speak To Us Now, What Would They Say? History is, of course, written by narrators of a different time, people with a different set of beliefs Read More …

Once | Tour | Review & Tour Dates

Once Fairfield Halls Nationwide Tour Once | Review Going back through the doors of Fairfield Halls last week was like revisiting an old friend. Since its closure several years ago for renovation Croydon has really missed its performing arts epicentre. Read More …

Girl from the North Country | Gielgud Theatre | Review

Girl from the North Country Gielgud Theatre Until 1st February 2020 Girl from the North Country | Review I was reticent about seeing Girl from the North Country in 2017 when it opened at The Old Vic and then transferred Read More …

The Snow Queen | Hertford Theatre | Review

The Snow Queen: A Frozen FairytaleHertford Theatre30th Nov 2019 – 1st Jan 2020 A Shiny and Sparkly Winter Wonderland! Now in its 10th year, Hertford Theatre’s 2019 Christmas show didn’t disappoint. Rhys Thomas and his team have proven yet again that they’re experts at creating original, family-friendly theatre. The Snow Read More …

White Christmas | Dominion Theatre | Review

White ChristmasTheatre Royal Brightonuntil 4th January 2020 White Christmas – Review White Christmas | Dominion Theatre | Review If you are doubting that you can really get into a festive mood in November, let me assure you that you can Read More …

Macbeth | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

MacbethChichester Festival Theatre, until Saturday 26th October 2019 Macbeth | Review John Simm’s Mastery as Macbeth “If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me” At an age where tyranny and power corruption seem so unfortunately prevalent in Read More …

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 …

The Mousetrap | The Hawth Crawley | Review

The MousetrapThe Hawth Crawley22 – 27 April 2019 AGATHA CHRISTIE’S THE MOUSETRAP ‘Have you seen it? Do you know whodunnit?’ ‘Oh yes, but I can’t say.’ In fact, none of us can say, or at least we are strongly entreated Read More …