Thursday 2nd February, 2017, at Harrogate Theatre. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I loosely liken this production from Blackeyed Theatre to watching the metamorphosis… Read more Frankenstein: Showcasing the Dramatic Power of Puppetry
Have you ever seen the actors from your favourite kids’ shows in your adult years? Did you recognise them? Did… Read more The Lasting Power Of A Well Played Villain
A friend of mine asked me recently ‘Do you ever write bad reviews? You seem to like most of what… Read more Editorial: Positive Reviews
It’s always a tense moment, leaving the theatre and passing the stage door. You’ve seen something not just great, but… Read more Editorial-The Stage Door: What’s A Girl To Do?
I denied it for years. ‘No no no, I do see some musicals, yes- but mostly I see dramas and… Read more Editorial: An Apology to the World of Musical Theatre
Last night I watched ‘The Monuments Men’ and I’ve drawn a careful, mindful parallel between the need to preserve and… Read more Editorial: School Trips – Vital for the Future of Theatre
Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds. Tuesday, 18th October, 2016. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘The Boy with Tape on His Face’, or Sam Wills as his… Read more The Boy with Tape on His Face: The Comic Brilliance of a Verbal Embargo
‘Encore’, which came out last week, is the latest addition to Barbra Streisand’s studio album catalog, as well as her… Read more Editorial: Is Barbra Streisand the Queen of Music for Stage and Screen?