"The choir was sublime, Pure heavenly voices, blending with delicate nuances from the exquisitely sounding harp.
Rarely if ever have I heard such a fulfilling performance of this work.
Congratulations"... (read full reviews)
"Took my 16 year old son to see Ragtime in Regent's Park on Tuesday Aug 28 2012. We both loved the show, the venue and the whole experience. Situated a convenient walk from Baker Street underground"... (read full reviews)
"Strong cast - assured performances throughout. But - not a demanding play, for either actor or audience. The jokes were well crafted, the play a very satisfying whole - full of moral rectitude,"... (read full reviews)
"i know we had the cheap seats at the back but the speakers or mics. where poor and we could not hear very well and so a joke without the punch line is worse than no joke at all. got into it a bit more"... (read full reviews)
"Firstly we went because January is such a boring month and it got a great boost on Ian Dempsey Show which I listen to each morning . The tickets cost approx €40 each and we were up in the Gods. I did"... (read full reviews)
"Weather was excellent, got to meet and chat to alot of the performers music and quality excellent, uplifting to see so many people singing to land of hope and glory. Will definately return again."... (read full reviews)
"I will say that I found the play interesting, though in part disjointed and I am not sure who the writers etc. were aiming it at. I am already environmentally aware and most of what was being put"... (read full reviews)
"Bennett is back and defining the word 'droll' . His wit and liveliness shine through providing the light to the more black comedic sections focusing on Britten and Auden's homosexuality. Go and see"... (read full reviews)
"The show was a little disappointing, some of the scenes were a bit amature like. The young men's dancing and singing skills outshone the ladies by far. The older lady was singing far too high for her"... (read full reviews)
"This is one of a trilogy of Irish plays based around the 1920's, in Dublin, by Sean O'Casey. He was not overly popular in Ireland at that time due to what the plays portrayed of Irish life and its"... (read full reviews)
"Took my 4 year old daughter to see Angelina Ballerina at the Alhambra in Dunfermline. The dancers were fantastic and the show ran to time and was just long enough to keep the littlest ballerinas"... (read full reviews)
"Beautiful venue and two great baroque works sung authentically by an all-male choir. However, the reverberant acoustic muddied a lot of the detail, and the small orchestra fought to be heard against"... (read full reviews)
"Challenging to watch as subject matter seemed to be about addiction and the internal struggles that go with the seduction of drugs. I went on recommendation from a friend and so thought it would be"... (read full reviews)
"This only had a short run, which is a shame as it was very good. The set was minimal, just a few chairs and a chaise longue, plus the band at the back of the stage. The theatre is brand new and quite"... (read full reviews)