The Good Life | Review

The Good LifeChichester Festival Theatre Anyone of a certain age will have watched The Good Life during the 1970s, a golden age for British sitcoms which also includes Dad’s Army, Porridge and the greatest of them all, Fawlty Towers. It 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 …

Groan Ups | Mischief Theatre | Tour | Review

Groan Ups Theatre Royal BrightonMischief Theatre Mischief Theatre return to Brighton with their latest offering and this time nothing goes wrong. Groan Ups is an observational comedy which follows the progress of five children at three stages of their development, Read More …

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow | Tilted Wig | Tour |Review

The Legend of Sleepy HollowDevonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne Tilted Wig, Malvern Theatres and Churchill Theatre PresentThe Legend of Sleepy Hollow Any opportunity to experience dark gothic theatre, and I’m the first person to book my seat in the audience. We’ve Read More …

Private Lives | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Private LivesChichester Festival Theatre 16-20 November 2021 This is a very difficult review to write because I want to encourage as many people as possible to go to the theatre especially after the last 20 months so I will try 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 …