Review: My Prom Date, The Axe Murderer

⭐️⭐️ After thoroughly enjoying Scott McQuaid’s last short play, I Stole Satan’s Girlfriend, I was somewhat looking forward to watching My Pom Date, The Axe Murderer. While both productions felt similar in aspects like the short run time and the simple set, the latter didn’t quite meet the expectations set by it’s predecessor. While Nancy…

Review: The Russian Doll – The Barn Theatre

While she transforms into an unmoral and almost unrecognisable being, audiences cannot help but continue to care for Masha and I think this is down to the superbly raw performance from Rachel Redford

Review: An Elephant in the Garden

“With a minimalist set and cast consisting of just one (Alison Reid), this stripped back piece focuses on the power of storytelling, and relies on audience imagination to fill in the gaps”

Review: Aljaž and Janette’s Remembering The Oscars

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Following the news that their UK Tour has been postponed till March 2022, Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara have created a digital version of their brand new show, Remembering the Oscars. While celebrating some of the greatest award-winning songs, films, choreographers and dance routines, the pair are rolling out the red carpet and offering…

Review: Birds and Bees

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ We frequently discuss how toxic the online world can be. We discuss the dangers it can have on our mental health, we discuss the inaccuracy of the content and we reminisce of a time where social media was not much more than sharing your EP on Myspace or “sharing your daily love” on Bebo….

My 2020 Theatre Highlights

As the year’s drawing to a close I thought I’d have a look back at some of my stagey highlights of 2020! A visit to Cherry Tree Lane After a bit of a rough weekend in January I ended up taking a trip to the Prince Edward Theatre to see one of my favourite shows…

Review: Sleeping Beauty? – Tea Break Theatre

“The beauty of a Zoom production like this is although we may not actually be sat in an auditorium, audiences are given the chance to get closer than ever to the action. Of course audience engagement is nothing new when it comes to this time of year, but Sleeping Beauty? has taken things to a whole new level.”