The Importance of being Earnest | the Vaudeville Theatre | Review

The Importance of Being Earnest The Vaudeville Theatre, Booking until 20th October 2018   The Importance of being Earnest | Review   The Importance of Being Earnest is perhaps Wilde’s best known and most adapted comedies; performed by everyone from Read More …

Pressure | Ambassador Theatre | Review

Pressure Ambassador Theatre until 1 September 2018   Pressure | Review   David Haig’s ‘Pressure’ is a funny little thing. Starring David Haig, Pressure originally debuted on the Edinburgh Fringe in 2014, before being revived at the Chichester Festival and Read More …

Broken Wings | Theatre Royal Haymarket | Review

Broken Wings Theatre Royal Haymarket 1st – 4th August 2018   Broken Wings | Review   Opening in the West End’s Theatre Royal Haymarket from 1-4th August, Broken Wings is a beautifully crafted musical adaption of Kahlil Gibran’s 1912 poetic Read More …

Everybody’s Talking about Jamie | Apollo Theatre | Review

EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE by Dan Gillespie Sells and Tom MacRae, , Director - Jonathan Buttered, Designer - Anna Fleischsle, Choreographer - Kate Prince, Apollo Theatre, London, 2017, Credit: Johan Persson/

Everybody’s Talking about Jamie Apollo Theatre currently booking until April 2019 Everybody’s talking about Jamie…..   Based on a true story, this amazing show about courage, friendship, relationships, loyalty and coming out started life as a documentary (Drag Queen at Read More …

A Monster Calls | The Old Vic | Review

A Monster Calls The Old Vic until 25th August 2018   A Monster Calls – Review Please note that this review was written after a preview performance. I will not tell a lie, when I saw earlier this year that Read More …

As You Like It | Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre | Review

As You Like It Regents Park Open Air Theatre until 28th July 2018   As You Like It | Review   As I settled into my seat, Pimm’s in hand, I reflected to myself: I hope I haven’t missed one Read More …

Killer Joe | Trafalgar Studios | Review

Killer Joe Trafalgar Studios,  Until 18 August Killer Joe   Tracy Letts’ 1993 play involves a truly dysfunctional Texan family of father Ansel (Steffan Rhodri), son Chris (Adam Gillen), sister Dottie (Sophie Cookson) and stepmother Sharla (Neve McIntosh). Chris is Read More …

Consent | Harold Pinter Theatre | Review

Consent

Consent Harold Pinter Theatre Booking until 11 August 2018 CONSENT Following it’s 2017 critically acclaimed sell-out run at the National Theatre, Nina Raine’s hard-hitting and feisty drama Consent has recently opened at The Harold Pinter Theatre. A powerful drama about the difference Read More …