This Derek Benfield play, the sequel to ‘Wild Goose Chase’, is a about the mad happenings and going on inside...Read More
The People’s Theatre Company review: ‘Brassed Off’ bands all together in a tale of despair and loyalty!
Set in the early 1990’s, within the heart of Yorkshire in a little village called Grimley, during the political times...Read More
Derby Gilbert and Sullivan Company review: ‘The Mikado’ is musically yum-yummy, and far from Pooh-Bah!
For me, and I think many others, The Mikado is quite possibly the greatest Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta that they...Read More
This was a different type of evening of theatre than I have been to recently as there was not one,...Read More
This J.B. Priestly play is set in the living room of Alderman Helliwell’s house, deep within Clecklewyke, a little town...Read More
It is on a rare occasion that I get asked to go to a concert, especially one that is being...Read More
This was the resurrection of RAMTC’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar; get it on stage take two (too soon?!…apparently it...Read More
This wonderfully weird musical is set deep in the darkened heart of the Addams family home, setting the tale of...Read More
It is on a rare occasion that I get to watch something other than a play or a musical. This...Read More
Alan Ayckbourn’s ‘Absurd Person Singular is not really a play that I would have picked out to go and watch...Read More
When at first I heard that Creatio Arts was to put on Little Shop of Horrors I was pensive about...Read More
This farcical play by Philip King takes place inside the Vicarage in the parish of Merton-cum-Middlewick. Penelope, an ex-actress and...Read More
Allestree Theatre Group review: ‘Steel Magnolias’ bonds everyone together, hitting you right in the feels!
Set in Chinquapin Louisiana in the 1980’s, this emotional play by Robert Harling tells the story of a group of...Read More
Chesterfield Operatic Society review: ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ leaves you knowing everything’s alright!
Jesus Christ Superstar tells the story of the final week of Jesus’ life. His struggles within himself and with his...Read More
Rock of Ages is centered around the Bourbon Rooms on the Sunset strip in Hollywood and is a rock show…obviously!...Read More
Melbourne Operatic Society review: ‘Princess Ida or, Castle Adamant’ is a feminist farce, a Darwinian debate and a jolly good time.
This Gilbert and Sullivan operetta is set across three acts, and is the only one of their works that uses...Read More