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Latest User Reviews
Two Singular Sensations5 Dawn
17th Oct 20: What a fabulous show. Such a talented duo. It was an absolute delight to see a live show in these troubled times. All our favourite musical extracts and few not so familiar ones. Great entertainment at Haslemere Hall this afternoon and still time to catch this evenings performance if you're quick. Well done!
Dante's in Furlough (The Vaults, Inner London)5 Cassie Wilde
16th Oct 20: Amazing performance! The story is great, the actors are so enthusiastic, funny and devilishly wicked. Everything was thought out to the finest detail and I loved every moment. I couldn't get enough ????
Illegal Eagles5 Martyn Foster
23rd Apr 20: Brilliant but are they playing Liverpool Empire this year 25/05/2020. Asking but no response - ED: Very,unlikely, I would say "no" but we haven't received confirmation.
SIX5 Julie Cawood
15th Mar 20: What a fabulous performance. A truly fantastic musical, fun and full of pizzazz. If you want to experience a full on modern, original yet historic musical, this is the one!!!!
Menopause the Musical 2 - Cruising Through Menopause5 Amanda yates
15th Mar 20: Loved, laughed and cried! Recommended ~ loved the first and the second was even more fab - 2 of original cast this time and ... well... nothing will stop me from seeing (hopefully) #3
Pride and Prejudice (Sort Of)5 Karen R
12th Mar 20: Absolutely brilliant! A fantastic romp, fast and furious, with all the wit of the original. The cast covered all the characters with panache. I laughed and laughed! I can't praise it highly enough.
Dial M for Murder (Playhouse, Salisbury)2 Liz
11th Mar 20: Oh dear have I missed something! Acting far too over the top with dramatic gestures very distracting. Film cannot be bettered . This is now creaky and showing its age. Some dialogue very indistinct.
Jane Eyre (Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne)5 Ken Root
7th Mar 20: This performance was outstanding, the way it was portrayed on stage very clever and it was the superb acting from cast that made it a joy to watch . Myself and three friends came away from the Theatre with nothing but praise of the performance we had seen , again a joy to watch , well done to all .
Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End)1 Pal
7th Mar 20: Terrible- supposedly child friendly but a weird mix up of street cultural references with Shakespearean script- confusing and frankly dislikeable. A fantastic way to put a child off Shakespeare. More interesting for th actor / director than the audience. Perhaps it might be fair to consider Shakespeare knew more about entertaining than the contemporary theatrical teams who feel they have to ‘ mix it up’ to make it relevant to a young person. In the words of my son- ( tearfully) it was terrible...
Jane Eyre (Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne)2 Veronica Higgins
7th Mar 20: Unfortunately the sound was not good and I struggled to hear the performance. A lot of the time the actors had their back to the audience! I am not taking away the fact that the actors all worked very hard but alas I am disappointed.
The MP, Aunty Mandy and Me4 Debbie
4th Mar 20: Four and a half stars. Great acting. About 10 minutes too long. Moving, funny. Would like to see more of this actor, writer and company.
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