Stage Reviews Archive

  • Opening with a sudden bang that made most of the audience jump out of their skin The Bodyguard came flaming on to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall stage this week. Whilst […] 0

    Theatre Review: The Bodyguard

    Opening with a sudden bang that made most of the audience jump out of their skin The Bodyguard came flaming on to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall stage this week. Whilst […]

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  • Deborah Francis-White took her amazingly successful podcast (65 million downloads) The Guilty Feminist, on tour and it arrived at the Royal Concert Hall on Friday night. Fans and newcomers alike […] 0

    Theatre Review: The Guilty Feminist

    Deborah Francis-White took her amazingly successful podcast (65 million downloads) The Guilty Feminist, on tour and it arrived at the Royal Concert Hall on Friday night. Fans and newcomers alike […]

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  • ‘Annie’ if you didn’t know, is set in the 1930’s in NYC America, deep in the depression, which means more children than normal were being abandoned being put into care. […] 0

    Theatre Review: Annie

    ‘Annie’ if you didn’t know, is set in the 1930’s in NYC America, deep in the depression, which means more children than normal were being abandoned being put into care. […]

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  • Be prepared to take a step back into the 80’s in this unapologetically silly and very noisy Rock of Ages musical. And when I write 80’s I refer to the […] 0

    Theatre Review: Rock of Ages

    Be prepared to take a step back into the 80’s in this unapologetically silly and very noisy Rock of Ages musical. And when I write 80’s I refer to the […]

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  • It’s the 1930’s and we’re all aboard the luxury cruise liner the Italian Castle as it take a voyage across the Atlantic and over to New York. The boat is […] 0

    Theatre Review: Rough Crossing

    It’s the 1930’s and we’re all aboard the luxury cruise liner the Italian Castle as it take a voyage across the Atlantic and over to New York. The boat is […]

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  • So, I had the pleasure of witnessing the Hallé Orchestra at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall where I and the rest of the packed-out theatre were treated to a smorgasbord of […] 0

    Review: Hallé – Film Music Concert

    So, I had the pleasure of witnessing the Hallé Orchestra at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall where I and the rest of the packed-out theatre were treated to a smorgasbord of […]

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  • From the moment I entered the auditorium and saw the set, I felt as though I had been transported to Benidorm’s premium hotel, The Solana run by everyone’s favourite hotel […] 0

    Theatre Review: Benidorm live

    From the moment I entered the auditorium and saw the set, I felt as though I had been transported to Benidorm’s premium hotel, The Solana run by everyone’s favourite hotel […]

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  • Nottingham was treated to a double delight on Tuesday evening with both Sigrid and George Ezra performing at the Motorpoint Arena. The arena was packed early on ready to see […] 0 Gallery

    Review: George Ezra (with Sigrid)

    Nottingham was treated to a double delight on Tuesday evening with both Sigrid and George Ezra performing at the Motorpoint Arena. The arena was packed early on ready to see […]

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  • With the massive influence the blue planet has had in the past year it was no surprise that the Motorpoint arena was almost packed tonight by an audience eager to […] 0

    Review: Blue Planet II Live in Concert

    With the massive influence the blue planet has had in the past year it was no surprise that the Motorpoint arena was almost packed tonight by an audience eager to […]

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  • The fantastic Room on the Broom is back at Nottingham Theatre Royal this week. Based on the children’s favourite by Julia Donaldson, the story of the witch and her cat […] 0

    Theatre Review: Room on the Broom

    The fantastic Room on the Broom is back at Nottingham Theatre Royal this week. Based on the children’s favourite by Julia Donaldson, the story of the witch and her cat […]

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