The Southbury Child | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

The Southbury ChildChichester Festival Theatre June 2022 Co-produced with the Bridge Theatre and originally scheduled for 2020 this new play by Stephen Beresford ~ The Southbury Child has its world premiere in Chichester followed by a two month run at Read More …

Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express Chichester Festival Theatre Murder on the Orient Express provides a fitting reunion for Jonathan Church and Henry Goodman as part of Chichester Festival Theatre’s 60th Anniversary.  Jonathan’s 10-year tenure as Artistic Director at the theatre Read More …

Our Generation | Minerva Theatre | Review

Our Generation Minerva Theatre, Chichester A co production with the National Theatre kick starts the 2022 season at the Minerva.  Our Generation, directed by Chichester Festival Theatre Artistic Director Daniel Evans, is a new play by Alecky Blythe (founder of Read More …

The Taxidermist’s Daughter | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

The Taxidermist’s DaughterChichester Festival Theatre Originally scheduled for 2020 but delayed due to the pandemic, internationally renowned author Kate Mosse’s The Taxidermist’s Daughter has now become the 60th anniversary season opener at Chichester Festival Theatre.  Cicestrian Kate spent countless hours Read More …

Doubt a Parable | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Doubt: A ParableChichester Festival Theatre 22 January – 5 February Originally scheduled for March last year this new production has finally been brought to the stage.  With the struggles of the past two years behind us, hopefully we can now look forward Read More …

Fantastically Great Women who changed the World | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

Fantastically Great Women who changed the WorldChichester Festival Theatre Shown in Chichester two years ago was the phenomenal cult hit Six – a historical remix with strong feminist displays of confidence relating to the six wives of Henry VIII.  Now Read More …

Theatre South East’s 2021 Favourites

Considering for much of 2021 theatre’s have been dark, it is so glad to see them bouncing back and enjoying packed houses once again. Our reviewers have been very busy and have enjoyed getting back into the theatre and have Read More …

Pinocchio | Chichester Festival Theatre | Review

PinocchioChichester Festival TheatreChichester Festival Youth Theatre Last year I was fortunate enough to see Pinocchio (directed by Dale Rooks) before it was forced to close when Sussex went into Tier 4. This year (under the direction of Bobby Brook) it Read More …

The Beauty Queen of Leenane | Minerva Theatre | Review

The Beauty Queen of Leenane | Minerva Theatre | Review By Martin McDonagh Minerva Theatre Chichester West Sussex What a joy to be back in the theatre watching brilliantly constructed live performances once again.  Currently showing in Chichester’s intimate Minerva Read More …