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Recent articles

Ghosts – Regional Theatre Review

“The sins of the father are visited on their children..." The Play's The Thing present Ibsen's 'Ghosts'

Author's review: 
4

Gangsta Granny (Tour) – Children’s Theatre Review

David Walliam’s popular tale is brought to the stage by the Birmingham Stage Company and provides a fun night out for fans of the book and young audiences alike.

Author's review: 
4

The Marked - Tobacco Factory Theatre

“There’s no one left in the sky watching us but demons”

Author's review: 
3

The Addams Family (Tour) - Musical Theatre Review

Duh-duh-da-da. Click-click.

Author's review: 
5

Interview with Akiya Henry and Stephanie Levi-John from Medea, Bristol Old Vic.

Interview with Akiya Henry (Medea/Maddy) and Stephanie Levi-John (Jason/Jack)

Author's review: 
No rating

Medea - Bristol Old Vic

"Men tell us that we are lucky to live safe at home while they take up t

Author's review: 
5

Mamma Mia! (Tour) – Musical Theatre Review

A musical growing old disgracefully (and loving every single minute of it!)

Author's review: 
4

Review: All The Things I lied About

There's something uncomfortable about this piece, disguised by water pistols, sweets and funny-faced Russian Dolls, it gnaws at you beneath the laughter and there's an element that persists long after Katie's taken her bow. Showing at The Soho Theatre until May 6th 2017

Author's review: 
4

Tartuffe - a C17th French masterpiece still resonating today

Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory’s dynamic and enjoyable production satirises this ‘superficial age’ of the internet, fake news and demagoguery.

Author's review: 
4

Eclipse - ‘A Tiny Moment That Can Change the World’ - REVIEW

Eclipse feels authentic. This compassionate production gives an insight into how one young person comes to terms with identity and sexuality. By Creative Youth Network. Reviewed at The Station, Bristol.

Author's review: 
4

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