"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)
"Absolutely wonderful! Acting out of this world and staging really good. We have been avid followers of Shakespeare Live (amateur prodctuons in Wiltshire) since 1991) and have long wanted to see a"... (read full reviews)
"Alan Bennet at his best. He is a supurb wordsmith and both plays conjured up a different time and country which at the same time is very relevant to today. a memorable and sensitive memoire of his"... (read full reviews)
"Based on the life of American film actor and interior designer William Haines. His career was cut short in the 1930s due to his refusal to deny his homosexuality. Haines quit acting in 1935 and"... (read full reviews)
"Put aside notions that Beckett should be approached in reverent silence and enjoy the joyous use of sound effects and a moment of physical theatre comedy . All That Fall as a stage play seemed to have"... (read full reviews)
"The effort put into this show is second to none! Each Diva performed extremely well and made an amazing effort. My only criticism would be that the dancers need to try and dance in sync and the"... (read full reviews)
"To be fair the whole cast were superb. Funny and poignant, the stage set was very good and you felt part of the family drama as it unfolded.
Great performances, well written script and the theatre"... (read full reviews)
"I really enjoyed this play. Having only seen the film before, I was very impressed by the acting of all the cast. The humour was great. Belinda Lang was brilliant. I can only think that the critics"... (read full reviews)
"There were a variety of acts from a singer, a mentalist, close up magicians (one working in the audience) and a Hypnotist. The evening left me totally enraptured by both the magic and especially the"... (read full reviews)
"I thoroughly enjoyed this subtle musical. I thought the directing and scenery were very good. The cast were chosen just right for their roles. I particularly liked Chris Branch who was enchanting as"... (read full reviews)
"The curtain opens to reveal a truly lovely set that comprises of the posh living room in the rural ‘Bliss’ house hold, complete with stairs, landing and French doors out into the garden.
The period is"... (read full reviews)
"Some of the dialogue was very hard to hear (and we were in the middle of the stalls - not at the back of the circle). Consequently, my husband found it difficult to follow the plot. I know the play"... (read full reviews)
"Rowan Atkinson was arguably the main draw for many theatre-goers to this gentle story set in a 60's language school in Cambridge.
If you came along expecting a comedic farce with plenty of Rowan's"... (read full reviews)