Category Archive: Theatre

Wicked Theatre Review

Admittedly I had reservations about this when I first heard of it actually being a thing; ‘The Story of The Wizard of Oz but from the point the point of view from the… Continue reading

Shakespeare Untold – A Review

Shakespeare. As you read that, I bet it sends shivers of fear down your spine. You may fear at the language or the memories of Year 10 English that come flooding back, reminding… Continue reading

‘THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG’ REVIEW

Sabrina Dhillon. I went to see this in London after seeing a preview on the Royal Variety Show 2015 and what a good choice I made! I have to say this is one… Continue reading

‘The Last Five Years’ Movie Review

Taylor-Louise Rowley (@ItsTTTTaylor) The Last Five Years featuring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan is based on Jason Robert Brown’s musical of the same name. The story is told as an intercutting time line;… Continue reading

DOUBLE REVIEW: THE WOMAN IN BLACK AT CURVE

Victoria and I are self-proclaimed wimps when it comes to all things scary, and by all things scary I mean Scary Movie. So it only seemed fitting that we would eagerly go and… Continue reading

PREVIEW OF ‘ASSASSINS’

‘Thirteen people have tried to kill the president of the United States. Four have succeeded. These murderers and would-be murderers are generally dismissed as maniacs and misfits who have little in common with… Continue reading

PREVIEW OF ‘CITY OF ANGELS’

“Hollywood comes calling for a New York novelist. The offer is too good to refuse: adapt the private detective protagonist of his books into a big screen hero. The siren song of Los… Continue reading

YOU’LL BE DOING FLIPS FOR CIRCA: WUNDERKAMMER

Tonight, I had the pleasure of seeing the premiere of Circa: Wunderkammer at The Curve Theatre. The show was full of exciting twists and turns (pun intended) and was a definite crowd pleaser.… Continue reading

JUMP IN TO SEE CIRCA: WUNDERKAMMER AT THE CURVE!

Circa: Wunderkammer premiers in Leicester at the Curve Theatre this Wednesday, November 5th, and is sure to impress, with seven performers leaving their hearts on the stage in various circus, cabaret, and vaudeville… Continue reading

REVIEW: ABIGAIL’S PARTY

‘But lets face it Ange, there are times when you could hit ‘em over the head with a rolling pin and clear out, d’ya know what I mean?’ – Beverly, Abigail’s Party. In… Continue reading

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