Taken on a whirlwind of what it means to have desires, unconscious and conscious thoughts, Alex Sergeant performed an entertainingly educational stand-up show.
Amidst all the current political debates surrounding nationalism, I was curious as to the sort of person that would put on a show called Jacob Hatton: True Brit.
Being inspired by fairy tales, Gothic themes and the warped imagination of Tim Burton was all-too-clear in the wide and undeniably impressive range of sketches, theatre troupe The …
A refreshingly innovative take on Mary Shelley’s 19th century novel, Augustus Stephens’ one-man performance effortlessly portrayed mental illnesses through the depiction of Vi…
With pronounced teeth and wide eyes, eponymous protagonist Tracey Tracey’s entrance onto the stage paved the way for a larger-than-life, one-woman show from character comedian, N…
Described as ‘a stand-up comedy brought to you by pet-loving funny guys Simone Belshaw and James Sarek’ in the Caroline of Brunswick’s 2017 Summer Comedy Guide, this performa…
The quartet of performers who make up Pop Heart Productions brought to life a piece of improvisational theatre with several compelling aspects and showed promise for the future.
Puppetry, poetry, dance and live music are interwoven in this splendid succession of stories from five zany friends.
This clever infusion of comedy and burlesque
from Dexys’ former piano man Pete Saunders proved to be a treat.
As he shimmied onto stage, Gregoire Aubert’s performance of
Queer Side Story could be nothing other than entertaining.
Composed of a succession of satirical sketches, this
festival special of The Treason Show
ridicules all the supposedly powerful members of this planet.
Decked out in her Nevada-based caravan, it is initially
unclear in what direction Rosa Rita’s tale will take.
If visual stimulation is what you’re after, there was no shortage of it in this homosexualised production of Georges Bizet’s opera, though its’ emphasis did result in a lack of p…
It’s 1950 Vienna and two
British spies are sent to kill a traitor.
I originally held out much hope for this production from How to Deal with Rude and Unruly Women, however being there was like serving a prison sentence.
Opening in 1943 Rome, Gran Consiglio is
set with The Grand Council of Fascism meeting to discuss the deposition of
This character-driven play from Moving On Theatre had something for everyone.
Detailing the many instances of one finding a metaphorical thorn in their side, Tom Jordan’s first came when he was five.
Centring around the lives of four individuals within a fictional village, the fact that the premise of the show was built around a made-up comedy charity festival instantly made th…
Ben Watson’s meet and
greet as we entered the theatre made his audience immediately warm to him.
Directed by Roger Kay, Glengarry Glen Ross depicts two days in
the lives of four real estate salesmen who have been supplied with the names
and phone numbers of some new leads.
Theatre Company Waiting For The Call wasted no time in making us feel included within the show.
Time is of the essence in this absolutely
faultless performance from EntreprenHER Productions.
Animation, mime and speech come together in this neat one-man show about love at first-sight going wrong.
Inspired by popular Roman-esque style fetish wear, designer Kelli des Jarlais alongside writer
Ellen Carr brings the Shakespearean play into the modern day setting of a
Shebang’s 32 follows the
lives of lifelong friends Becky and Maisie, from their birth in Staines
General Car Park, to the present day and subsequently, the age at whic…
Set in a cafe, this helping from Octopus Soup Theatre initially provides nothing that an audience wouldn’t have seen before.
Inspired by a phrase from Virginia Woolf to describe dusk, Owl Time is a gentle production that provides political punch.
‘Dear’ within the title of this production from Jean Rogers is exactly the
right word for the intimate relationship that is evoked from the love letters
sent between Ir…
Comedy blend seamlessly together for this series of monologues performed byThe Theatre Workshop.
efforts across England, Scotland and Wales have successfully showcased their
professionalism in the three thirty-minute performances of interpretative
Set against the backdrop of modern
day, debt-ridden Greece, this modern adaptation of Aristophanes’ Greek comedy Lysistrata,
first performed back in 411 B.
Brighton’s Science Festival continues to attract packed-out audiences of all
ages and this time round it’s the amazingly eccentric Rosie Wilby with her
theatrical exploration of …
Zschieschow and Megan Clifton return to the stage as comedy duo ‘Grandma’, and
given the evening of continuously bizarre situations that the pair find
themselves in, i…
Time is of the
essence as you and your newly formed team are transported to the authentically
and adorned castle laboratory from which Victor Frankenstein has mysteriously
Regarded by many as Noel
Coward at his best, this production is Director Tom Attenborough’s valiant
attempt at Coward’s classic Private Lives
and reignites the tempestuous r…
Brightness infuses the evening from the off in 1927’s theatrical delight, Golem.
The lean, green,
Christmas-hating machine runs wild in this year’s holiday season production from
The Fertile Theatre Company.
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