Monday, May 27, 2019

Theatre Reviews

Imaginative family show shines a light on our oceans

Join the Makeshift Ensemble at the Shoebox Theatre for a magical and memorable dive into the deep blue sea,...

Review: Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here – The Postmodern, Swindon – Friday 10th...

This is a play determined not to let its audience settle.  A work determined - calculated - to keep...

Magical Pinky Ponk airship takes flight in the Wyvern Auditorium

There’s more than excitement in the air at the Wyvern Theatre as they prepare to welcome CBeebies favourites Igglepiggle,...

Stage D’Or brings 5-star performance ‘After Today’ to the revamped Shoebox Theatre

After relocating to the Health Hydro in January, the Shoebox Theatre will be opening its doors to audiences and...

Swindon Fringe Review – Death – A Romantic Comedy & Everything Wrong With You...

The Swindon Fringe finished last night with two welcome returnees from previous Festivals.  Two poets and performers replete with a...

Swindon Fringe Review – Death – A Romantic Comedy & Everything Wrong With You...

The Swindon Fringe finished last night with two welcome returnees from previous Festivals.  Two poets and performers replete with a...

Swindon Fringe Review – Harvey Greenfield is Running Late and Bedsitland – Wednesday 11th...

At Artsite, on Wednesday night, I sat down to witness a double bill of original plays that paired together...

Swindon Fringe Review – Taxidermicon and Andrew White: Retirement Tour – Tuesday 9th April

The Swindon Fringe Festival is in full swing.  Or should that be full "Swinge"?

No, not that.  Not "full Swinge". ...

Review: Do You Think That’s Wise? The Life and Times of John Le...

Picture John Le Mesurier and you're likely to conjure up the image of him in the uniform of the...

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A touch of Genie-us with the baby shark as Wyvern’s Aladdin pantomime dazzles

When you go to see a panto you expect all of the predictable bases to be covered; a soap...

Review: A Christmas Carol – The Art Centre, Swindon – 3rd & 4th December

"Marley was dead to begin with... This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I...

An Awfully good evening with Auntie!!

David Walliams brings another of his bestselling children’s books to the Wyvern Theatre stage with the adaptation of Awful...

Fallen Angels –  The Arts Centre, Swindon (TS Theatre Productions)

Times change and with them the morals of society too. And as those change some aspects of playwriting often...

Review: “Hymns for Robots” at the Shoebox Theatre, Swindon – 9th & 10th November

Delia Derbyshire is probably the most influential and pioneering British figures in early electronic music that you've never heard...

The Full Monty – a very revealing comedy (by Neil Lee)

And so after much anticipation “ The Full Monty,” a production which has won the UK Theatre Award for...