News and Reviews by Derek

8th Jul 17 :: Review: He Shoots, He Scores!
Seen at Above the Stag
4
11th Mar 17 :: Review: Southern Baptist Sissies
European premiere at Above the Stag.
5
18th Sep 16 :: Review: Briefs
Raunchy male cabaret on the Southbank.
4
11th Sep 16 :: Review: Party
Above the Stag, now extended to end October.
5
27th Jun 16 :: Review: Get 'Em Off
A new musical at Above the Stag
4
15th Sep 15 :: Review: Kinky Boots
Open in the West End
5
11th Sep 15 :: Review: The Sum of Us
A hit Off-Broadway and later an award-winning film starring Russell Crowe now Above the Stag.
5
8th Aug 15 :: Review: Briefs
Camp Aussie show in the Spiegeltent on the Southbank
5
19th Jun 15 :: Review: The Baker's Wife
Showing at Drayton Arms Theatre
4
30th May 15 :: Review: The Theory of Relativity
New musical at Drayton Arms Theatre
3
9th Oct 14 :: Review: Damn Yankees
The Landor Theatre production.
3
20th Sep 14 :: Review: You Should Be So Lucky
A gay Cinderella story Above The Stag
4
7th May 14 :: Review: Yesterday's Tomorrow
Yesterday’s Tomorrow at the Drayton Arms Theatre till the end of May.
5
12th Sep 08 :: Review: Crooked Wood
Gillian Plowman's play at the Jermyn Street Theatre, 19:30 to 4 Oct 08
4
26th Feb 07 :: Review: Ship of Fools
At Theatre 503 ...
4
22nd Feb 07 :: Review: Evita
Content? I don't think so ...
3
18th Dec 06 :: Review: Tailor Made Love
Theatre 503, December 2006
4
23rd Oct 06 :: Review: Snuff
National Theatre of Scotland Unmissable - Arches Theatre Company at Theatre 503. To 4 Nov
2
24th Jul 06 :: Review: Up the Gary
Preview, Theatre 503. 21 July
5
21st Apr 06 :: Review: To W.H.
The Hob, Forest Hill. 2-5 May, 16-19 May.
3
13th Feb 06 :: Review: Futures by Rebecca Prichard
Theatre 503 to 25 Feb 2006.
3
22nd Aug 05 :: Review: Hospitals and Other Buildings That Catch Fire
Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Smirnoff Underbelly
4
19th Aug 05 :: Review: Miss Julie
Edinburgh Festival Fringe. C Electric.
3
19th Aug 05 :: Review: Lost Ones...This One is a Nasty Little Critter
Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Pleasance Grand.
5
19th Aug 05 :: Review: Imogen
Edinburgh Festival Fringe. C Venue
5

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Bicycles and Fish (The King's Head Theatre, Inner London)
5 Fatima Saraiva
13th Jul 17: I just saw the show Bicycles and Fish.... AMAZING truly BRILLIANT. Thank you especially Katie Arnstein for your message and your outstanding performance. BRAVO
The Drowsy Chaperone (Hull Truck Theatre, Hull)
5 .Ann Dixon
6th Jul 17: Great show thoroughly enjoyed well done to all
The F Word (Theatre503, Inner London)
5 Sam R
4th Jul 17: Saw a reading of this earlier this year at Old Red Lion. 100% one to watch!
Wife (Theatre503, Inner London)
5 Jane Koop
3rd Jul 17: Really moving as well as very funny, performance really strong as she played lots of different characters with ease. A great evening out
Wife
5 Susan Jones
3rd Jul 17: Really fantastic production, diverse, energetic, funny. Strong performance from the leading lady. Would definitely recommend!
Gypsy (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich)
2 John
24th Jun 17: Clunky production. Very amateurish. Yes I know it's an amateur production but slick it ain't. Far too ambitious and far too long. It had it's moments but not enough to save it from being toe curling awful at times. Rose just couldn't belt out the hits although her acting was good.
Islands in the Stream (New Theatre, Oxford)
2 jo webb
23rd Jun 17: only ok. thought it would be better, lacked atmosphere. Thought people would be up dancing. Told could only dance in seat not in tne ailses.People didnt really get in into. Shame not fault of Kenny or Dolly just oxford new theatre. Thought it would be more fun.
La Cage aux Folles
5 Lesley Barnes
21st Jun 17: This is absolutely fabulous darlings! The singing, the dancing, the performance. Every applause received is well deserved.
Dreamboats and Petticoats
5 Forbes Watson
18th Jun 17: We seen this musical in Glasgow on the 17 June 17, and thou rightly enjoyed all the old tunes, even sang along with the cast at the end most certainly f the audience got on their feet and danced ,clapped or sang, all round an excellent musical to see, thankyou cast of dreamboats and petticoats roll on part two.
All or Nothing - The Mod Musical
5 Susan Gibbs
11th Jun 17: A brilliant show from start to end , a trip down memory lane took me back to the 60 's everyone of the cast put in a marvellous performance . Highly recommend it
A Judgement in Stone (Palace Theatre, Westcliff-on-Sea)
1 simon kent
10th Jun 17: quite possibly the most boring performance ive ever seen,crap acting,poor story line, lady beside me slept through second half. for this money we could have seen something better.
Waiting for God
5 Hilarious!
4th Jun 17: The best laugh I've had for a while! A superb play headed by Nicola McAuliffe and Jeffrey Holland and a great supporting cast. Brilliant acting and a treat not to be missed! The timing was impeccable!
An Audience with Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe - Somewhere in Time
1 janet
31st May 17: A very disappointing show. Not enough dance routines. Too much singing, too much inane chatter about himself which was sickly. Even asked 2 members of the audience to take his shirt off on stage, and no you haven't a nice body Ian.I paid good money to watch this show but I will not recommend it to anyone. Love Brendan Cole, and Anton's show. You are not in their league.
Persuasion
5 Victoria
31st May 17: A great twist on a British classic. The actors were brilliant completely transfixing - I laughed and cried. Can seriously recommend this show.
It's Not the Character's Problem
5 alan
26th May 17: An absolutely amazing piece of real life drama. For a young man to sit there and hold it together the way he did is a credit to himself and family,drama colleagues and tutors. Have booked to go and see it again with my wife. Cant wait to see more of this young gentlemans work. Well done and hope you get to acheive everything you aim for. Your father will be so proud watching down.
Hello Again (Theatre Royal, Windsor)
5 Angela Perry
22nd May 17: Fabulous show, if you are a Neil Diamond fan you will love it, we did and we have seen Neil 4 times in concert so not expecting too much, what a surprise it was just brilliant, Brooklyn and his band gave us a great night out, thank you.
The Wipers Times
5 Chris Turner
16th May 17: We have seen it twice at the Watermill, it was Brilliant, much better than the T.V.play. Ian Hislop came 5 times to see it. Well worth finding your nearest theatre for a very good night out if you can get seats
tick, tick... Boom! (Park Theatre, Inner London)
5 Michelle
14th May 17: Absolutely stunning. Flew in for the day to see a matinee and was only sorry I wasn't staying overnight so I could see it again
Ventoux
1 John Bell
10th May 17: Very low budget Cannot even afford Jerseys to visually identify the two actors Billed as comment on a specific race up Ventoux with backdrop filming ( not very good ) Many miles of the final 10M assent missing Cadence of riders in accurate Only redeeming feature -Only lasts an hour
Motown's Greatest Hits - How Sweet it Is
5 June
7th May 17: Absolutely fantastic performers can wait to see them again!

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