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11th Jul 24 :: Review: Hello, Dolly!
Seen at the London Palladium with Imelda Staunton
4
6th Jul 24 :: Review: Your Lie in April
Seen at the Harold Pinter Theatre
5
3rd Jul 24 :: Review: Kiss Me, Kate
Seen at the Barbican Theatre
5
28th Jun 24 :: Review: The Marilyn Conspiracy
Seen at the Park Theatre
5
28th Jun 24 :: Review: The Constituent
Seen at the Old Vic.
4
21st Jun 24 :: Review: Wet Feet
Seen at the Union Theatre
2
21st Jun 24 :: Review: The Importance of Being Earnest
Outdoor touring production.
5
19th Jun 24 :: UK Pantomime Association Awards 2024
The UK Pantomime Association (UKPA) has announced the winners of The Pantomime Awards 2024 in association with Stagecoach.
15th Jun 24 :: Review: Three Men in a Boat
Seen at The Mill at Sonning
4
15th Jun 24 :: Review: Kafka
Seen at the Finborough Theatre
4
14th Jun 24 :: Review: Gifford's Circus
Circus fun.
5
12th Jun 24 :: The 2024 STR Theatre Book Prize
The winner of the Society for Theatre Research annual book prize has been announced
22nd May 24 :: Review: The Artist
World premiere seen at the Theatre Royal Plymouth
5
18th May 24 :: Review: The Tailor-Made Man
Seen at Stage Door Theatre, Drury Lane.
3
9th May 24 :: Review: Spirited Away
Seen at the London Coliseum
3
29th Apr 24 :: Review: Remembrance Monday
Seen at the Seven Dials Playhouse.
5
25th Apr 24 :: Review: Nye
NT Live broadcast seen at The Regal in Wadebridge
4
21st Apr 24 :: Review: Calendar Girls
Seen at the Mill at Sonning.
4
16th Apr 24 :: Review: Pretty Woman
Touring production seen at the Theatre Royal Plymouth
3
15th Apr 24 :: Olivier Awards 2024
The winners of this year's Olivier Awards

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Latest User Reviews

A Bunch of Amateurs (Wigan Little Theatre, Wigan)
7th Jul 24 :: 5

"A bunch of amateurs" they certainly are not. This charming comedy was well performed by some amazing actors. I couldn't fault the show in anyway. The word brilliant was on my lips at the end of this show. You really have to see this play.

Love Hurts - Steve Steinman's Love Hurts - Power Ballads and Anthems Show
2nd Jul 24 :: 2

We saw this show a few nights ago and we were a little sad that Steve wasn't the main singer, he did pop in for a song and left due to an injury he'd had a while ago. We weren't aware he wasn't going to be there, nor were the couple that travelled quite some distance. The music was okay if a little high pitched, but no complaints. At one point it did feel a bit like a stag do, when one of the singers came on stage to do a stripper dance, no complaints from the men filming so I guess we know Steve's target audience, but for me I felt uncomfortable. I won't be going to another one, this will be the third and I'm sorry but they're all much alike.

Love Hurts - Steve Steinman's Love Hurts - Power Ballads and Anthems Show
15th Jun 24 :: 4

Excellent show very talented people enjoyed it Fantastic show very talented team good night out

Love Hurts - Steve Steinman's Love Hurts - Power Ballads and Anthems Show
14th Jun 24 :: 3

Show was good and amazing singers, musicians & dancers however title of show very misleading as it states 'Steve Steinman Love Hurts' we only wanted to attend as is in the past we have gone to Steve Steinman shows and we were under the impression there would be at least a few Meat Loaf tracks unfortunately this was not the case and we left the theatre feeling a little deflated and with a promise we will not be back

So Help Me Dog
4th Jun 24 :: 5

Thrillingly original work - a breath of fresh air amongst the earnest theatrical lectures I've found myself seeing over the past couple of years. This deserves a wide audience.

The School for Scandal
2nd Jun 24 :: 5

Saw it last night at Darlington, it was the last night and the audience was a bit down. The actors however gave their all and as I have no previous experience of the play it took a while to work out who the characters were. There were some very funny moments and as I could work out who was who it was more enjoyable. Would I recommend it... of course I would... it's a great piece of live theatre well performed by excellent actors. I see a lot of live theatre... I wish more people would go along it's better value than a football game and a lot more fun... and no one got sent off!!!!

So Help Me Dog
2nd Jun 24 :: 5 So Help Me Dog" is a must-see, offering a profound and entertaining theatrical experience with excellent performances and a well-crafted storyline. The play expertly balanced humor, music, and heartfelt drama, evoking both laughter and tears. Excellent value at the Hen & Chicken we had a fabulous evening.
Dionne Warwick - Don't Make Me Over
19th May 24 :: 1

I could understand if this show was half songs and half documentary. It would make it a lot more interesting. But to have a 10% songs and 90% self-indulgent and self-praising chat with a guy on the couch bigging up Dionne and fawning over her was a waste of money. Additionally one of Dionne's song was totally mullered compared to its original format- apparently it's called artistic licence but it seemed like destructive licence. Don't waste your money and time.

Diva of the Decades
10th May 24 :: 4

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Madam Butterfly (Madama Butterfly)
5th May 24 :: 5This was a superb performance, we are so lucky that this great company has come to Southend. A very moving rendition of the Ukrainian National Anthem too.
Dionne Warwick - Don't Make Me Over
5th May 24 :: 1I can fully understand she is of advanced years these days but to find this is just a rather dull question and answer session on a sofa, Michael Parkinson style, show with hardly any songs sung. If we all wanted this then we would've tuned into the associated documentary related to this. Left shortly after the start of the second act as more of the sofa chatting started all over again
Houdini's Greatest Escape
2nd May 24 :: 5

Fabulous production, very comical, lots of magical illusions and a hugely creative script - theatre at its best!

Rambert Dance Company - Death Trap
25th Apr 24 :: 1

Saw Death Trap this evening at Theatre Royal Newcastle and have never been more disappointed. Wonderful Dancers, Great Musicians BUT leave the acting to actors who we can hear. The nauseating dialogue was a complete distraction from the dance and did the designer go home at half time and leave us with white Y Fronts to distract from the dance? Bring back the spirit of Christopher Bruce, bring back the joy and flair of Dame Marie and be a Dance Company. Do what you do well. The camera work and the MC were an unfunny device that contributed nothing but a distraction. We are now nervous of coming to see Rambert again.

Disney's The Little Mermaid
14th Apr 24 :: 5

Im excited to see this!! I recommend it

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Outdoor touring production.
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Kafka
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Posted 3rd Jul 24 :: 183 views
Gifford's Circus
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NT Live broadcast seen at The Regal in Wadebridge
Posted 25th Apr 24 :: 41 views
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Touring production seen at the Theatre Royal Plymouth
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Touring production seen at the Theatre Royal Plymouth.
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