Back by popular demand, BOST Musicals return to The Royal Court Theatre with their production of Oliver, bringing with them a talented cast.
This is a sub-category of the Features section and contains reviews for shows across the UK.
A review for Man to Man, the Manfred Karge play, performed at the Liverpool Everyman Theatre. A one-woman show and whirlwind performance.
Suzanne Andrade brings an inventive mix of animation, music, and theatre to The Liverpool Playhouse with Golem, as it continues its international tour.
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.
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.