Steffi Sweeney brings Karaoke Tales to the unusual space of The Mayflower restaurant for On The Verge Festival in an even mix of laughter and nostalgia.
This is a sub-category of the Features section and contains reviews for shows across the UK.
A review for My Beautiful Black Dog, written and performed by Brigitte Aphrodite, a story surrounding the ‘black dog’ of depression.
Directed by Sibongeleni James Ngcobo, The Suitcase is the immediately relatable story of the universal struggle for a better life.
A review for the show Last Train to Auschwitz performed at the Epstein Theatre. A story about prisoners in the horrific Auschwitz concentration camp.
A review for the Deborah Morgan play The Punter staged at the Unity Theatre. A surrealistic yet cautionary tale on the National Health Service.
A theatre review for the Doug Will Do Theatre production of Prettier Things. This was a part of Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017 & performed at Jury’s Inn.
A review for Thrones! The Musical, a Game of Thrones musical parody, performed at Assembly George Square Studios for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017.
A review for the Tim Keogh play Thorn, a play about Steven Patrick Morrissey’s early life. Staged at the Kings Arms, Salford. Review by Joe Ramsden.
Take a look at our review for the Rogue Bones production of Free Fall, one of the shows at the Greater Manchester Fringe. Review by Tom Chivers.
A review for the Naughty Corner production of Church Blitz performed at the Liverpool Unity Theatre. Review by Donna Day.