Tag: Four Star Comedy Theatre Review

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Buyer & Cellar – Above the Stag Theatre – Barbra Streisand’s shopping mall!

    THEATRE REVIEW | Buyer & Cellar – Above the Stag Theatre – Barbra Streisand’s shopping mall!

    Take a tour through Barbra Streisand’s underground shopping centre – in her home – in the new play Buyer & Cellar. Is the shopping centre real? That’s for you to decide, but in this brilliant production, you’ll get a bit of insight into the woman who is the most talented, respected and perhaps loneliest biggest […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Desiree’s Coming Early, London

    THEATRE REVIEW | Desiree’s Coming Early, London

    ★★★★ | Desiree’s Coming Early, Soho Theatre, London 90 minutes of non-stop comedy is what you’ll get when you see Desiree Burch. American comedian Burch, now at the Soho Theatre until Saturday November 23rd in a show called Desiree’s Coming Early – rapid fires her tale of her experience at the Burning Man Festival – […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Noises Off, London

    THEATRE REVIEW | Noises Off, London

    ★★★★ | Noises Off, Garrick Theatre, London The production of ‘Nothing on’ in Western-Super-Mare is now playing at the Garrick theatre in a new production of Noises off. Confused? Dont be. We are treated to the show, as well as the backstage antics of the cast, in this hilarious and new production of Noises Off […]

  • Theatre Review | Benidorm Live – Sheffield Lyceum and National Tour

    ★★★★☆ | Benidorm Live Based on the hit TV show, Benidorm Live brings the Solana Hotel, its staff and guests to life in this raucous comedy.  Picking up from the end of the most recent series, The Solana is at risk of takeover from a large hotel chain, and corporate inspectors are rumoured to be […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Lady Bunny in Trans-Jester, Soho Theatre, London

    ★★★★| Lady Bunny in Trans-Jester She’s the queen of drag queens, and almost as famous as the Queen of England, Lady Bunny is back in town to perform her one-woman show called Trans-jester, and no one is safe from her catty claws and endless wit. It’s a no-holds-barred performance that is the best of Lady […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Peter Pan Goes Wrong

    ★★★★ | Peter Pan Goes Wrong If you’re a fan of farce, then this genius gem will slap you round the head, crack your ribs from laughter and leave you with a weaken bladder. The Mischief Theatre Company are changing the face of comedy in the West End. They already have The Play That Goes […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Ballet Black Triple Bill – CAST Theatre and National Tour

    ★★★★ | Comprising of a trio of pieces, this mixed programme from Ballet Black combines abstract dance, drama, passion and narrative storytelling in a triple bill of short pieces which amounts to a stunning evening of dance. The piece opened with Cristaux, an abstract piece centring on the beauty of crystals and how mesmerising they […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Dina Martina “Sitting Ovations”

    Would you willingly embrace artistic schizophrenia? Even fiercely kiss your inner, self-hating, subconscious bigot? Join the club. It’s a deliberate, artistic strategy stunningly deployed by stellar gay stars Penny Arcade and Franko B, the spectacular collision of two opposing points of view. Arguably first expressed in literature by Edgar Allen Poe’s ‘Imp Of The Perverse’ […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW: Pam Ann Queen Of The Skies, Leicester Square Theatre

    She’s still got it. Forty-Six she reminds us, and still has lots of wear left in those knees. ★★★★ And as those noisy punters she had removed from the front row will attest, as feisty as ever. Pam Ann is the unchallenged Queen of the skies and looking around at the packed Leicester Square theatre […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Naked Boys Reading

    ★★★★ | Naked Boys Reading If you happen to be in Hackney or even if you’re not, we cant recommend Naked Boys Reading at Vogue Fabrics enough… In a dark, overcrowded, underground steamy room in North London something quite spectacular is happening. Fortnightly, certain men are getting naked, very naked – and not in a […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | Noises Off, National Tour

    ★★★★ | Noises Off, National Tour If someone had told me that I would sit through the first act of the same play three times in the same evening and actually enjoy it, I thought I would be laughing at them, not with them. But this cleverly written play, produced for this national tour by […]