• REVIEW: Hadestown – Lyric Theatre – West End

    REVIEW: Hadestown – Lyric Theatre – West End

    5 years after its original London premiere pre-Broadway at the National Theatre, Hadestown has arrived back in London at a new West End home. With a stellar cast and a hypnotically beautiful score, Hadestown is the jewel in the crown of musical excellence in the West End; it is not only a theatrical spectacle but…

  • REVIEW: Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Lyceum Theatre – Sheffield

    REVIEW: Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Lyceum Theatre – Sheffield

    “Peter Pan Goes Wrong” on its UK Tour to Sheffield Lyceum is a comedic masterpiece that flawlessly blends chaos and charm, delivering a side-splitting experience that had the audience in stitches from start to finish. At the heart of the hilarity are a stellar cast of phenomenal performers who give the entire show their all.…

  • REVIEW: Jesus Christ Superstar – Regent Theatre – Stoke-on-Trent

    REVIEW: Jesus Christ Superstar – Regent Theatre – Stoke-on-Trent

    It is probably safe to say that there are not many members of the audience at a production of Jesus Christ Superstar who do not know the plot of the show in its entirety: alongside the Nativity, it is a story that most of us learn in primary school.  However, this production takes the familiar…

  • REVIEW: 2:22 A Ghost Story – Lyceum Theatre – Sheffield

    REVIEW: 2:22 A Ghost Story – Lyceum Theatre – Sheffield

    “2:22 A Ghost Story” at Sheffield Lyceum is a mesmerizing theatrical experience that plunges audiences into a world of supernatural intrigue and psychological suspense. Written by Danny Robins, the play weaves together elements of horror, mystery, and family drama to create a gripping narrative that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats from start…

  • REVIEW: And Then There Were None – Theatre Royal – Nottingham

    REVIEW: And Then There Were None – Theatre Royal – Nottingham

    “And Then There Were None,” the theatrical rendition of Agatha Christie’s enduring classic and best-selling crime novel, unfolds its suspenseful narrative at the Theatre Royal Nottingham, presenting a tapestry of both triumphs and shortcomings. Premiered in 1943, this adaptation transports the audience to a desolate island where a group of strangers grapple with their concealed…

  • REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk – Regent Theatre – Stoke-on-Trent

    REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk – Regent Theatre – Stoke-on-Trent

    Jack and the Beanstalk at Stoke’s Regent Theatre is an immersive journey into the heart of festive enchantment. Made for both adults and kids, this is yet another hit pantomime for the Regent. Jonny Wilkes, in his remarkable 19th Regent Theatre panto, took on the role of Jack with his trademark infectious energy that breathed…

  • REVIEW: White Christmas – Sheffield Lyceum – Sheffield

    REVIEW: White Christmas – Sheffield Lyceum – Sheffield

    Sheffield Crucible’s “White Christmas” unfolds as a theatrical tapestry with moments of brilliance, despite encountering some stumbling blocks. The true spectacle lies in the mesmerising choreography, a testament to the immense skill and talent of the hardworking ensemble. The production’s true strength lies in the exceptional choreography by Alistair David and assistant choreographer Victoria Hinde.…

  • REVIEW: Dick Whittington – Nottingham Theatre Royal – Nottingham

    REVIEW: Dick Whittington – Nottingham Theatre Royal – Nottingham

    The rendition of ‘Dick Whittington’ performed at Nottingham Theatre Royal is full of laughter, immaculate props and unique costume designs. As the show begins you are immediately thrown into the world of pantomime intertwined with amazing talent from all actors with singing, dancing and acting all executed to a high standard.  Iain Stuart Robertson’s performance…

  • REVIEW: Three Billy Goats Gruff – Derby Theatre – Derby

    REVIEW: Three Billy Goats Gruff – Derby Theatre – Derby

    Sarah Brigham’s Three Billy Goats Gruff is an all-inclusive adaptation of the original tale in a collaboration between Hiccup Theatre and Polka Theatre. As L’s first theatre trip, the pressure was on to nurture a theatre lover. Guests are welcomed in the foyer of Derby Theatre and taken on an ‘adventure’ to follow in the…

  • REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast – Lichfield Garrick – Lichfield

    REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast – Lichfield Garrick – Lichfield

    Lichfield Garrick’s Theatre’s enchanting rendition of “Beauty and the Beast” transports audiences into a magical realm of laughter, music, and stunning visuals. This timeless tale of love and transformation comes to life on the stage, captivating spectators with a blend of exceptional performances and intricate production details. As the curtain rises, the spotlight falls on…

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