Mike ‘Dr Blue’ McKeon is a real Blues caricature.
Alun Cochrane is about halfway through his set when he spots my notepad poking out from under the pedestal table in front of me.
I had an inkling that The Dick and The Rose was going to be something special when I was handed a silver poker chip in lieu of a ticket at the box office.
Fool’s Gold is a production that smacks heavily of the dreaded GCSE devised drama piece.
Croft and Pearce exhibit matching outfits, and to a degree, matching faces, accents and physicality.
Roald Dahl’s classic children’s tale about a boy finding friendship and adventure with a bunch of idiosyncratic insects astride a giant peach is translated faithfully to the stage …
Lynley Dodd’s tales of Hairy Maclary, the scampish terrier who gets up to all manner of mischief with his animal pals, never really did much for me as a little’un.
This ensemble sketch show promises in its promotional material to be as funny as the ‘first Neolithic wedgie’: a good indication of the level of comic maturity this young troupe ha…
Luke Wright’s unique brand of performance poetry is like nothing I have ever seen before.
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