Stage Reviews Archive

  • The legendary J B Priestley’s classic thriller An Inspector Calls returned to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal this week. It was packed out on Tuesday night, with a very mixed audience. It […] 0

    Theatre Review: An Inspector Calls

    The legendary J B Priestley’s classic thriller An Inspector Calls returned to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal this week. It was packed out on Tuesday night, with a very mixed audience. It […]

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  • As you would expect the Hallé covered Nashville exceptionally well. Most of the 80 or so musicians on stage at the Concert Hall Nottingham had read the memo and wore […] 0

    Theatre Review: The Hallé goes to Nashville

    As you would expect the Hallé covered Nashville exceptionally well. Most of the 80 or so musicians on stage at the Concert Hall Nottingham had read the memo and wore […]

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  • It’s been 25 years since Priscilla and her queens came out into the world proudly paving the path for things that would follow, and almost 20 years since the musical, […] 0

    Theatre Review: Pricilla: Queen of the Desert

    It’s been 25 years since Priscilla and her queens came out into the world proudly paving the path for things that would follow, and almost 20 years since the musical, […]

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  • On Saturday night a packed out Royal Concert Hall were entertained by the one liner legend Milton Jones. The show opened with Milton Jones “grandad” on a trampoline, random and […] 0

    Theatre Review: Milton Jones

    On Saturday night a packed out Royal Concert Hall were entertained by the one liner legend Milton Jones. The show opened with Milton Jones “grandad” on a trampoline, random and […]

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  • Beanbag club returned to the Royal Concert Hall, albeit up even more stairs, this week to the delight of lots of families. For those that haven’t heard of the beanbag […] 0

    Review: Beanbag Club

    Beanbag club returned to the Royal Concert Hall, albeit up even more stairs, this week to the delight of lots of families. For those that haven’t heard of the beanbag […]

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  • Never have I reviewed a show where the producers kindly ask for it not actually be reviewed; however that was the mist of the request received prior to attending Ghost […] 0

    Theatre Review: Ghost Stories

    Never have I reviewed a show where the producers kindly ask for it not actually be reviewed; however that was the mist of the request received prior to attending Ghost […]

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  • Unfortunately or fortunately, I hadn’t seen the massively popular television series in the 1990’s, ‘Band of Gold’ for me was the soul classic, sung by Freeda Payne , but that […] 0

    Theatre Review: Band of Gold

    Unfortunately or fortunately, I hadn’t seen the massively popular television series in the 1990’s, ‘Band of Gold’ for me was the soul classic, sung by Freeda Payne , but that […]

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  • Swan Lake is a ballet composed by Tchaikovsky, which depicts a tragic love story between a Prince and the Queen of the Swans. Swan Lake, Tchaikovsky’s first and arguably best […] 0

    Theatre Review: Swan Lake

    Swan Lake is a ballet composed by Tchaikovsky, which depicts a tragic love story between a Prince and the Queen of the Swans. Swan Lake, Tchaikovsky’s first and arguably best […]

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  • The stunning theatre royal was a buzz of excitement amongst old and young alike…afterall who doesn’t like a good panto? And this was a good panto. It opened with the […] 0

    Theatre Review: Cinderella – Pantomime

    The stunning theatre royal was a buzz of excitement amongst old and young alike…afterall who doesn’t like a good panto? And this was a good panto. It opened with the […]

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  • I worked out it’s been 17 years since I first saw We Will Rock You at The Dominion Theatre in London. Back then, only 14, I was lucky enough to […] 0

    Theatre Review: We Will Rock You

    I worked out it’s been 17 years since I first saw We Will Rock You at The Dominion Theatre in London. Back then, only 14, I was lucky enough to […]

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