Stage Reviews Archive

  • Last night I could barely contain my excitement as Matthew Bournes production of Romeo and Juliet was about to start. We were thrown in darkness as ominous and almost disturbing […] 0

    Theatre Review: Romeo and Juliet

    Last night I could barely contain my excitement as Matthew Bournes production of Romeo and Juliet was about to start. We were thrown in darkness as ominous and almost disturbing […]

    Continue Reading

  • I read the book by Alice Sebold about 12 years ago on holiday, and then watched the film adaptation about a decade after; neither were fun. It’s not a fun […] 0

    Review: The Lovely Bones

    I read the book by Alice Sebold about 12 years ago on holiday, and then watched the film adaptation about a decade after; neither were fun. It’s not a fun […]

    Continue Reading

  • SCUMBAGS UNITE WITH THE SCUMMY MUMMIES AT NOTTINGHAM PLAY HOUSE The Scummy Mummies are the iconic comedic duo of Helen Thorne and Ellie Gibson. Their real-life and frank parent-comedy show […] 0

    Review: Scummy Mummies

    SCUMBAGS UNITE WITH THE SCUMMY MUMMIES AT NOTTINGHAM PLAY HOUSE The Scummy Mummies are the iconic comedic duo of Helen Thorne and Ellie Gibson. Their real-life and frank parent-comedy show […]

    Continue Reading

  • Well what a energetic show that was, quite exhausting to be honest, maybe that’s me showing my age. The story of Gloria Estefan and her husband’s journey together from meeting […] 0

    Theatre Review: On Your Feet

    Well what a energetic show that was, quite exhausting to be honest, maybe that’s me showing my age. The story of Gloria Estefan and her husband’s journey together from meeting […]

    Continue Reading

  • “What good is sitting alone in your room? Come here the music play!” Life really is a cabaret “oh chum!” but maybe not so much in 1930s Berlin, because spoiler […] 0

    Theatre Review: Cabaret

    “What good is sitting alone in your room? Come here the music play!” Life really is a cabaret “oh chum!” but maybe not so much in 1930s Berlin, because spoiler […]

    Continue Reading

  • Marking 40 years since it’s UK theatrical release, Saturday Night Fever, the musical, is spectacularly reimagined from dancefloor to drama, catapulting the audience straight back to the 70s where we […] 0

    Theatre Review: Saturday Night Fever

    Marking 40 years since it’s UK theatrical release, Saturday Night Fever, the musical, is spectacularly reimagined from dancefloor to drama, catapulting the audience straight back to the 70s where we […]

    Continue Reading

  • Last week saw the return of the Rocky Horror Show to Nottingham Royal Concert Hall Richard O’Brien’s legendary rock ‘n’ roll musical once was again a massive success with the […] 0

    Theatre Review: Rocky Horror Show

    Last week saw the return of the Rocky Horror Show to Nottingham Royal Concert Hall Richard O’Brien’s legendary rock ‘n’ roll musical once was again a massive success with the […]

    Continue Reading

  • Tabby McTat is a tabby cat with the loudest of mee-ows. He has a best friend, Fred, who is a busker with a guitar. On the streets they sing their […] 0

    Theatre Review: Tabby McTat

    Tabby McTat is a tabby cat with the loudest of mee-ows. He has a best friend, Fred, who is a busker with a guitar. On the streets they sing their […]

    Continue Reading

  • Anybody for murder? The opening night of the murder mystery series was well recieved by the audience. I personally found it strained and paceless. The humor injected in only hit […] 0

    Theatre Review: Anybody for Murder

    Anybody for murder? The opening night of the murder mystery series was well recieved by the audience. I personally found it strained and paceless. The humor injected in only hit […]

    Continue Reading

  • This play came with a warning, Strong language and haze. Haze? I asked the theatre goer on my left, what she understood by the word haze, She replied ‘misty smoke […] 0

    Theatre Review: Stone in His Pockets

    This play came with a warning, Strong language and haze. Haze? I asked the theatre goer on my left, what she understood by the word haze, She replied ‘misty smoke […]

    Continue Reading