The Caretaker | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

The Caretaker Chichester Festival Theatre Chichester Festival Theatre’s new Artistic Director Justin Audibert’s Festival directorial debut has been eagerly awaited and he does not disappoint.  His energy and enthusiasm shining through this claustrophobic three-hander.  The theme for this Season is ‘outsiders’ and Harold Read More …

Marie Curie – the musical | Charing Cross Theatre | Review

Marie Curie Charing Cross Theatre until 28th August 2024 Director: Sarah Meadows Musical Composer: Jongyoon Choi Books and lyrics: Seeun Choun Produced by Byungwon Kang & LIVE corp Marie Curie is a name renowned; a pioneer of medical discovery and recipient of two Nobel Read More …

Coram Boy | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Coram Boy Chichester Festival Theatre Following on from the Tudor period, Chichester Festival Theatre’s 2024 Festival has now reached the Eighteenth century with Helen Edmundson’s adaptation of Jamila Gavin’s award-winning novel Coram Boy.  Anna Ledwich returns to Chichester to direct Read More …

Blue Beard | Battersea Arts Centre, London | Review

Blue Beard Battersea Arts Centre Bluebeard is a French folktale which tells the story of a wealthy man in the habit of murdering his wives and the attempts of the present one to avoid the fate of her predecessors. The Read More …

House Party | Minerva Theatre Chichester | Review

House Party Minerva Theatre, Chichester until 1st June 2024 A co-production with Headlong in association with Frantic Assembly At the Minerva Theatre in Chichester, a house party is taking place. Hosted by unruly, mixed-up teen Julie on her 18th birthday, Read More …

Grease | National Tour |Review

Grease Churchill Theatre, Bromley Grease began life in 1971 as a theatrical production, before being adapted for the big screen. The director of Grease the Musical, Nikolai Foster, has spoken of his wish to return the show to its theatrical Read More …

The Other Boleyn Girl | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

The Other Boleyn Girl Chichester Festival Theatre Of all the Kings and Queens in England’s turbulent past, there is none so notorious as Henry VIII. He and his six wives have been the subject of numerous films, plays and even Read More …

Punchline | The Lantern Theatre, Brighton | Review

Punchline The Lantern Theatre, Brighton Comedian Terry has arrived at a working men’s club in the north where once he was the headline act however he has now reached a career low and is reduced to introducing exotic dancers (strippers) Read More …

Calendar Girls | National Tour | Review

Calendar Girls The Hawth Crawley until 13th April The TV is constantly reminding us that one in two of us will get cancer in our lifetime. A sobering figure and not a subject you would think is suitable for light Read More …