Stage Reviews Archive

  • As the curtain falls on Sara Pascoe’s comic adaptation of Pride and Prejudice the modern anthem of female emancipation, Beyonce’s Single Ladies, can be heard playing at the Nottingham Playhouse […] 0

    Review: Pride and Prejudice – The Nottingham Playhouse

    As the curtain falls on Sara Pascoe’s comic adaptation of Pride and Prejudice the modern anthem of female emancipation, Beyonce’s Single Ladies, can be heard playing at the Nottingham Playhouse […]

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  • Never have I seen an audience sat so mesmerised by a performance than those at The Nottingham Playhouse for The Kite Runner. Returning to Nottingham following an outstanding West End […] 0

    Review: The Kite Runner Nottingham Playhouse

    Never have I seen an audience sat so mesmerised by a performance than those at The Nottingham Playhouse for The Kite Runner. Returning to Nottingham following an outstanding West End […]

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  • Last weekend was time for Gloworm Festival to take over Clumber Park, well I say take over it was situated in a comparatively tiny section of field that you have […] 0

    Review: Gloworm Festival

    Last weekend was time for Gloworm Festival to take over Clumber Park, well I say take over it was situated in a comparatively tiny section of field that you have […]

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  • If you have children under the age of about five then you’ll almost certainly be aware of the phenomenon that is Paw Patrol. A cartoon about a 12 year old […] 0

    Review: Paw Patrol Live – Race to the Rescue Motorpoint Arena Nottingham

    If you have children under the age of about five then you’ll almost certainly be aware of the phenomenon that is Paw Patrol. A cartoon about a 12 year old […]

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  • If it’s courtroom drama you’ve after – then don’t go to court… We’re six months away from panto-season, yet in a former courthouse at the National Justice Museum the components […] 0

    Review: Marie Lloyd and the Music Hall Murder

    If it’s courtroom drama you’ve after – then don’t go to court… We’re six months away from panto-season, yet in a former courthouse at the National Justice Museum the components […]

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  • What is truth? And how much of it can we really take? These two ever-pertinent questions are explored through JB Priestley’s 1930s play, Dangerous Corner – a da-capo style plot […] 0

    Review: Dangerous Corner

    What is truth? And how much of it can we really take? These two ever-pertinent questions are explored through JB Priestley’s 1930s play, Dangerous Corner – a da-capo style plot […]

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  • Cover-ups rarely go according to plan, but in a scripted play they have to, right? Well not if they’re a farce! As my introduction to the genre of farce, Out […] 0

    Review: Out of Order

    Cover-ups rarely go according to plan, but in a scripted play they have to, right? Well not if they’re a farce! As my introduction to the genre of farce, Out […]

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  • Having never been to the Lakeside theatre before, this was a pleasant experience in itself. We arrived a little early for the play so wandered around the lake and even […] 0

    Review: The Jungle Book

    Having never been to the Lakeside theatre before, this was a pleasant experience in itself. We arrived a little early for the play so wandered around the lake and even […]

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  • I had never seen so many under 5yrs olds in one place at one time as I did today when walking into Theatre Royal for early afternoon showing of The […] 0

    Review: The Gruffalo

    I had never seen so many under 5yrs olds in one place at one time as I did today when walking into Theatre Royal for early afternoon showing of The […]

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  • Around The World in 80 Days is one of those plays that I will say is a must see. It was my first time watching it and I thoroughly enjoyed […] 0

    Review: Around the World in 80 Days

    Around The World in 80 Days is one of those plays that I will say is a must see. It was my first time watching it and I thoroughly enjoyed […]

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