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24th Aug 19 :: Review: The Professor
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Father of Lies
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
3
23rd Aug 19 :: Review: My Land
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Genesis: The Mary Shelley Play
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
2
23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Manual Cinema's Frankenstein
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Collapsible
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Daughterhood
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Umbrella Man
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
22nd Aug 19 :: Review: The Letter
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
3
22nd Aug 19 :: Review: The Nights
Henry Naylor's play at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
22nd Aug 19 :: Review: Drowning
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
3
22nd Aug 19 :: Review: Wild Swimming
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
5
21st Aug 19 :: Review: Absolute Burlesque
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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21st Aug 19 :: Review: Lucy McCormick: Post Popular
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
5
21st Aug 19 :: Review: Google Me
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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21st Aug 19 :: Review: (some)Body
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
21st Aug 19 :: Review: Lucille and Cecilia
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
20th Aug 19 :: Review: Camille O'Sullivan Sings Cave
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
5
20th Aug 19 :: Review: Zoë Coombs Marr: Bossy Bottom
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
20th Aug 19 :: Review: The Last of the Pelican Daughters
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
5
20th Aug 19 :: Review: Swim
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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20th Aug 19 :: Review: Wireless Operator
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
5
20th Aug 19 :: Review: The Big Breakfast
Three menus seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: Rouge
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
3
19th Aug 19 :: Review: The Thinking Drinkers
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
19th Aug 19 :: Review: Baby Reindeer
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
5
19th Aug 19 :: Review: The Red
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
19th Aug 19 :: Review: A Play, A Pie and A Pint
Lunch at the Fringe
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: A Midsummer Night's Droll
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
18th Aug 19 :: Review: Henry Box Brown
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
5

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Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Garrick Playhouse, Altrincham)
5 Penny McDonald
17th Feb 20: Rollicking comedy by brilliant actors. Could not stop laughing at the quick-fire character changes, accents and the dratted dog! Go see it and come our smiling
A Monster Calls
5 Ao
13th Feb 20: Absolutely fantastic, very moving well told
Blithe Spirit (Arts Theatre, Cambridge)
2 Sally
12th Feb 20: Not that impressed I’m afraid. All a bit stilted. Very disappointed.
Oor Wullie (King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
5 Jackie greenaway 25th Jan 2020
26th Jan 20: What an amazing show we both loved it full of laughter and fun xxx
The Bodyguard (Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham)
2 Sheila Dicks
24th Jan 20: Unique experience What would have been a very pleasant afternoon was ruined by the excessive volume of the sound system. I play in a big orchestra so no things can get loud but this level was painful to the ears and the voices of the singers was distorted. It had to be damoging to people,s hearing I was part of a group and everyone found the sound unpleasant
Band of Gold (Theatre Royal, Nottingham)
1 Nick
18th Jan 20: Appalling wooden acting, amateurish- could have been a village hall production. Boring plot, nearly left at the interval. Don’t waste your money
Some Guys Have All the Luck - The Rod Stewart Story
5 Julie Lear
17th Jan 20: Absolutely superb show ! A must see ! We will go again !
Beautiful - The Carole King Musical
5 Roy
16th Jan 20: If you’re a Carole King fan , or even if you’re not , I defy anyone not to enjoy this show ????????
Band of Gold
5 Trixie
15th Jan 20: Absolutely brilliant cast amazing brought it all back from when I watched the series highly recommend
McCartney - The Songbook
5 chris
13th Jan 20: about 1964 I went to shepherds bush somewhere and screamed and screamed for Paul and BILLY FURY,50 years married, more years later,we had a lovely evening
Peter Pan (Epsom Playhouse, Epsom)
1 Cameron Mackenzie
4th Jan 20: It was boring and a pain to the eyes so much so that my family and I left at the first chance we had(half way) and could not wait to leave.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Princess Theatre, Torquay)
5 Mary Keefe
31st Dec 19: Enjoyed every minute
Snow White (Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa)
5 Marie O’Loughlin
31st Dec 19: Brilliant, so entertaining. Queen Holly/Dame Dolly wonderful, what a great performance. Will be going next year to Aladdin now knowing that this fine dame will be back on stage.
Cinderella (Middleton Arena, Middleton)
5 Louise
30th Dec 19: Ugly sisters and buttons stole the show. Fantastic. Roll on next year for Peter Pan!
The Greatest Show Tunes
5 Stella Bedlow
28th Dec 19: What a fantastic afternoon best show I have seen for a long time especially Marisha and Ben. Please come back again to Birrmingham
Dick Whittington (Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton)
1 Barbara
27th Dec 19: Just been ro see Dick Whittington pantomime. VERY disappointed. Even the kids were bored. Wolverhampton you can do much better, I will not be booking tickets again.
Aladdin (Anvil Arts, Basingstoke)
5 Steve
27th Dec 19: We went to see this earlier today (Boxing Day) with my 2 children (8 and 10), wife and mum and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. The songs are great, as were the gags, the stage presence and atmosphere. A great afternoon out for our family, enjoyed by each and every one. Fabulous.
The King and I (Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham)
5 Leslie Jones
24th Dec 19: My wife and I saw this show last night at the Alexandra theatre ib Birmingham, an abso!ute delight from first till last. The performers were brilliant, the settings amazing, sound quality excellent, what more can be said. Well done to everyone involved,a joy.
Aladdin (Anvil Arts, Basingstoke)
5 Steve Mann
23rd Dec 19: Excellent professional production. Took the whole family from 8 months up to 72, & we all thoroughly enjoyed it.
Cinderella (Middleton Arena, Middleton)
5 Paula
22nd Dec 19: Fantastic panto once again - thank you so much xxx

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