Stage Reviews Archive

  • Fabulous. Utterly fabulous. That’s the only comprehensible, slightly awed praise, that my brain can offer up upon departing Nottingham’s Theatre Royal after the opening night performance of Hairspray The Musical. […] 0

    Theatre Review: Hairspray

    Fabulous. Utterly fabulous. That’s the only comprehensible, slightly awed praise, that my brain can offer up upon departing Nottingham’s Theatre Royal after the opening night performance of Hairspray The Musical. […]

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  • Hedda Gabler is not a play to enjoy or feel comfortable whilst watching and this production doesn’t let you down. It deals with human behaviours that none of us can […] 0

    Theatre Review: Hedda Gabler

    Hedda Gabler is not a play to enjoy or feel comfortable whilst watching and this production doesn’t let you down. It deals with human behaviours that none of us can […]

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  • Son of a preacher man, as you have probably guessed from the title, is a musical based on the musical stylings of the great Dusty (that is Dusty Springfield aka […] 0

    Review: Son of a Preacher Man

    Son of a preacher man, as you have probably guessed from the title, is a musical based on the musical stylings of the great Dusty (that is Dusty Springfield aka […]

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  • The first Beanbag Club of the year took place at the weekend. The monthly event was, as ever, a massive hit with everyone from tots to granddads! This month was […] 0

    Review: David Gibb- Beanbag Club

    The first Beanbag Club of the year took place at the weekend. The monthly event was, as ever, a massive hit with everyone from tots to granddads! This month was […]

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  • This week sees another Julia Donaldson (&Lydia Monks) adaptation at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, the beautiful portrayal of What the Ladybird Heard. This family show is recommended for 3+ but there […] 0

    Theatre Review: What the Ladybird Heard

    This week sees another Julia Donaldson (&Lydia Monks) adaptation at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, the beautiful portrayal of What the Ladybird Heard. This family show is recommended for 3+ but there […]

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  • Jon Richardson: Old Man. I went to see this a couple of weeks ago and will say now it’s the funniest show I’ve seen for a long time. I think, […] 0

    Comedy Review: Jon Richardson – Old Man

    Jon Richardson: Old Man. I went to see this a couple of weeks ago and will say now it’s the funniest show I’ve seen for a long time. I think, […]

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  •       Once upon a time, a young blonde sixteen-year-old vocalist made her professional debut as Cinderella at the Theatre Royal Nottingham, starring alongside Windsor Davies and Don Estelle. […] 0

    Review: The Wonderful West End Christmas Gala – The Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

          Once upon a time, a young blonde sixteen-year-old vocalist made her professional debut as Cinderella at the Theatre Royal Nottingham, starring alongside Windsor Davies and Don Estelle. […]

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  • This darling little play about two very different mice who strike up an unlikely friendship, has many lessons for kids and adults alike, but not in a patronising or preachy […] 0

    Review: Town Mouse and Country Mouse

    This darling little play about two very different mice who strike up an unlikely friendship, has many lessons for kids and adults alike, but not in a patronising or preachy […]

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  •   Children dressed as jammy dodgers and candelabras might give a nod to Disney, but this beauty of a production captures the true magic of panto. Beauty And The Beast […] 0

    Review: Beauty and the Beast – The Theatre Royal Nottingham

      Children dressed as jammy dodgers and candelabras might give a nod to Disney, but this beauty of a production captures the true magic of panto. Beauty And The Beast […]

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  • This years seasonal offering from the Nottingham Playhouse is Cinderella by Kenneth Alan Taylor. It kicked off last weekend and runs until 20th January. The atmosphere before the show started […] 0

    Theatre Review: Cinderella

    This years seasonal offering from the Nottingham Playhouse is Cinderella by Kenneth Alan Taylor. It kicked off last weekend and runs until 20th January. The atmosphere before the show started […]

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