★★★ | Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Sheffield Theatres The cast of Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are back, with a disaster filled version of Peter Pan. Somewhere between the scenery […]
★★☆☆☆ | Rough Crossing As a theatre company board a cruise ship to cross the Atlantic to New York for the premier of their new piece, it’s not just the […]
★★★☆☆ | Calendar Girls The Musical When Annie’s husband John dies from leukaemia at an early age, her close friend Chris, suggests that they raise funds though their Women’s Institute […]
★★★☆☆ | American Idiot – National Tour In a post 9/11 America, three friends go their separate ways to try to find both themselves and where they belong in society. […]
This production provides a fresh feel to a classic show and one which engages the audience like no other. So pull on your fishnet stockings, warm up your vocal cords, leave your inhibitions in the foyer and go and “give yourself over to absolute pleasure”.
★★★☆☆ | Rock of Ages – National Tour A number of years before TV series Glee rekindled people’s love of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’”, Rock of Ages had been using the […]
Sadly short on laughs, the handful of jokes stretch thinly over the show’s running time and even some forced audience participation can’t conjure up enough Christmas sparkle to elevate the show to a “must see”.
★★★☆☆ | Northern Ballet’s The Three Musketeers In the latest production from Northern Ballet, The Three Musketeers leap from page to stage with a ballet based on the famous novel, which […]
The Band surpasses all expectations and is a crowd-pleasing, foot tapping, fun packed show crammed with genuine warmth and emotion at its heart.
There is an old saying in theatre that “the show must go on” and nowhere is that old adage put more to the test than in The Play That Goes Wrong, a comedy of errors which collates every actor’s worst nightmare and throws them at the cast who are determined to carry on regardless.
Whilst musical revues can often come across as sycophantic, Thriller Live manages to sidestep being the gushing praise-fest that it could be, and instead allows the party atmosphere, music, songs and dance routines to speak for themselves in an undemanding evening of foot tapping, high end cabaret.