Stage Reviews Archive

  • I can say with complete honesty that I am not here on the opening night of The Full Monty, thrilled by the prospect of seeing naked men parade around the […] 0

    Review: The Full Monty

    I can say with complete honesty that I am not here on the opening night of The Full Monty, thrilled by the prospect of seeing naked men parade around the […]

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  • It was a very chilly night Tuesday, yet it did not stop the excited English Literature students from creating an extra warm buzz about Theatre Royal Nottingham. I too was […] 0

    Theatre Review: Macbeth

    It was a very chilly night Tuesday, yet it did not stop the excited English Literature students from creating an extra warm buzz about Theatre Royal Nottingham. I too was […]

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  •           Basically it’s a musical about people paying to pee. OK, so there’s more to it than that. In fact, there’s much more. I was recently […] 0

    Review: URINETOWN – Gilly Archer Theatre Bilborough Sixth Form College

              Basically it’s a musical about people paying to pee. OK, so there’s more to it than that. In fact, there’s much more. I was recently […]

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  •   Landing at the Theatre Royal this Christmas is a pantomime with local connections, the swash buckling pantomime Peter Pan. Writer of the original classic fairy-tale, JM Barrie, for a time worked […] 0

    Review: Peter Pan – The Theatre Royal Nottingham

      Landing at the Theatre Royal this Christmas is a pantomime with local connections, the swash buckling pantomime Peter Pan. Writer of the original classic fairy-tale, JM Barrie, for a time worked […]

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  • The beanbag music club’s highlight of the year took place yesterday, the Christmas special with Sinfonia Viva. The themes were snow, Santa and surprise. As expected it was packed out […] 0

    Review: Beanbag Music Club – Sinfonia Viva

    The beanbag music club’s highlight of the year took place yesterday, the Christmas special with Sinfonia Viva. The themes were snow, Santa and surprise. As expected it was packed out […]

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  • Dear Santa is a delightful show for the little ones (and big ones) with lots of audience participation it brings to life the Rod Campbell story. Basically Sarah is a […] 0

    Theatre Review: Dear Santa

    Dear Santa is a delightful show for the little ones (and big ones) with lots of audience participation it brings to life the Rod Campbell story. Basically Sarah is a […]

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  • As a kid growing up in a class of big personalities I never really had a desire to take centre stage at the school nativity, as a result I was […] 0

    Theatre Review: Nativity! the Musical

    As a kid growing up in a class of big personalities I never really had a desire to take centre stage at the school nativity, as a result I was […]

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  • Matthew Bourne’s famous adaption of Swan Lake came to Nottingham Theatre Royal this week. As expected it was exquisite, from the moment the swan on the curtain came to life […] 0

    Theatre Review: Swan Lake

    Matthew Bourne’s famous adaption of Swan Lake came to Nottingham Theatre Royal this week. As expected it was exquisite, from the moment the swan on the curtain came to life […]

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  • This version of Rebus written by Ian Rankin, and adapted for the stage by Rona Munro presents us with the curmudgeonly Edinburgh Detective, now retired and older, crankier, and more […] 0

    Theatre Review: Rebus: Long Shadows

    This version of Rebus written by Ian Rankin, and adapted for the stage by Rona Munro presents us with the curmudgeonly Edinburgh Detective, now retired and older, crankier, and more […]

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  • Beanbag club returned after the summer break with the amazing Min Y Mas. The foyer of the Royal Concert Hall was packed with bums on beanbags, but not for long […] 0

    Theatre: Beanbag Music Club

    Beanbag club returned after the summer break with the amazing Min Y Mas. The foyer of the Royal Concert Hall was packed with bums on beanbags, but not for long […]

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