Sadly, despite the best efforts of the cast and creative team, the tendency of the script towards offering a scrapbook of ‘best bits’ from the sporting legacy of Tom Molineaux is impossible for it to dodge.
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Adventures In Wonderland The Vaults 20th May 2017 3 Stars Book Tickets What has happened to this show? Only a month ago, it was firing on all cylinders, generating a wonderful buzz in the atmospherically redesigned venue, attracting droves of enthusiastic patrons, many dressed up to look the part, and all ready to throw themselves […]
Love In Idleness Apollo Theatre 18th May 2017 3 Stars Book Tickets Recently, there has been a spate of interest in Terence Rattigan’s masterpiece, ‘The Deep Blue Sea’, with high-profile revivals, a new film, and even a brilliant new play, Mike Poulton’s, ‘Kenny’, based on both the real events that suggested it and also on […]
The remarkable company of Ballroom has been gathered together to present not so much as a production as a ‘happening’.
I’ve been to see 110 In The Shade at Ye Olde Rose and Crowne twice this week, and have enjoyed it thoroughly.
It is going to be fascinating to see how this new version of The Quentin Dentin Show takes them all forward with their respective careers, and with the show.
I’m delighted to say that I’m already booked to go back and have another session with Tick Tick BOOM!, and its fascinating aesthetic conundrums, later in the run. It is the kind of production that rewards such attention.
With Birds Of Paradise there is the sense that they (David Evans and Winnie Holzman) are trying out an ingenious idea, and nearly getting it right.