User review by terri for Shang-a-Lang 27th Nov 13: I saw this in Glasgow and hated it. I thought we were going to relive distant memories but instead was treated to a highly offensive pile of garbage. Do not go there thinking to sing a long to the rollers hits. This only takes up the last 10 minutes of the play. The rest was having to listen to foul language and lowest common denominator humour. Save your money!
User review by Sharon for September in the Rain 23rd Nov 13: Fantastic Play!
My boys aged 13 and 10 loved it. John Thomson and Claire Sweeney are wonderful in it. We met them afterwards they were so warm and friendly. Can't recommend this play enough!
User review by Janine for Fiddler on the Roof 20th Nov 13: Just returned from seeing this amazing production. Absolutely "fab u las" - spellbinding. The cast were all brilliant, so lovely to have live music in such a incredibly novel way. I thought it would be good, but it was great. Thank you
User review by USER for Marty MacDonald's Farm (Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London) 2nd Nov 13: this show was in our opinion extremely poor. The billing stated that it was suitable for ages between 3-8year olds. However. Our daugher is 6and the shows content was well beneath her as it included material for 3 year olds and below. The show was very cheaply produced with barely two performers or did the second performer do it for free!!The puppets looked as though they had been made on Blue Peter and the sound was appalling.
User review by Dean Smith for Blood Brothers 28th Oct 13: my wife and i went to see it in Blackpool(26/1013),tears and laughter but most of Sean Jones as Mickey depicting how to cope with Depression brought tears to my eyes,this guy is one to watch for the screen...but well done to all for a fantastic Musical....