Glengarry Glen Ross | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

Glengarry Glen RossTheatre Royal Brightonuntil 27 April 2019 Glengarry Glen Ross | Review First performed in London in 1983 and following a West End run in 2017 David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross opened on Tuesday at Theatre Royal Brighton as 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 …

Caroline’s Kitchen | Connaught Theatre, Worthing | Review

Caroline’s KitchenConnaught Theatre, Worthing3rd – 6th April 2019 Caroline’s Kitchen | Review Caroline Mortimer is the Nation’s favourite TV cook and in the glare of the spotlights it seems as though she has the perfect life but as we are Read More …

Club Tropicana the Musical | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

Club TropicanaTheatre Royal Brighton25th – 30th March 2019 Club Tropicana | Review If you are looking for an evening of 1980’s reminiscing, then Club Tropicana the Musical delivers some well-sung songs and references to the decade. Ten years after finding Read More …

My Mother Said I Never Should | Connaught Theatre, Worthing | Review

My Mother said I Never ShouldConnaught Theatre, Worthing19-20 March 2019 My Mother Said I Never Should | Review My Mother Said I Never Should, written by Charlotte Kelly, is the most widely performed play ever written by a woman, having Read More …

9 to 5 the Musical | Savoy Theatre, London | Review

9 to 5 the MusicalSavoy Theatre, The Strand, LondonTickets Here 9 to 5 the Musical | Review ☆☆☆☆ Forty years ago, a movie about three secretaries taking on their chauvinistic boss in a man’s world became a box office hit. Read More …

Admissions | Trafalgar Studios | Review

AdmissionsTrafalgar StudiosTickets Here Admissions | Review Does personal ambition supersede progressive values? Is equality worth self-sacrifice? These are just some of the enormously political questions that Joshua Harmon’s ‘Admissions’ grapples with. This new London production of Harmon’s 2018 satire, starring Read More …

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat | The Hawth, Crawley | Review

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatThe Hawth, CrawleyTuesday 12th – Saturday 16th March 2019 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat | Review. Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1970’s popular musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is touring the Read More …

Waitress the Musical | Adelphi Theatre, London | Review

Waitress the Musical Adelphi Theatre, The, Strand, London Tickets here Waitress the Musical | Review ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ With the plethora of charming and exciting new musicals that are gracing the London stage at the moment, the latest import Read More …