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Jitney Theatre Royal Bath Review

     The word Jitney, the title of August Wilson’s thought-provoking play first performed in 1982, is a slang term for illegal or unlicensed taxis and the story is form...





Murder On The Orient Express Theatre Royal Bath Review

      Hotfoot from its opening in Chichester, the new staging of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express has landed in Bath and is every bit as sensational a...





Boeing Boeing Theatre Royal Bath Review

    Boeing Boeing written some thirty years ago by Frenchman, Marc Camoletti, and the new translation by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans, more than withstands the test of time and...





Sheilas Island Theatre Royal Bath Review

    Tim Firth’s new comedy drama Sheila’s Island revolves around everybody’s corporate nightmare – the team-building weekend away.  Dragged away from t...





Cluedo at the Theatre Royal, Bath Review

    Cluedo is a deliciously English board game beloved by all the family : parents, children, eccentric aunts and uncles alike all love to unravel the murder plot, full of intrigue...





Private Peaceful, Theatre Royal, Bath Review

   Who hasn’t shed a tear at Michael Morpurgo’s wonderful story, War Horse, presented in all its forms: by book, by incredible puppetry, and the film, but best of all read b...





Beautiful The Carole King Musical Theatre Royal Bath Review

     Wow!  What a show!  A tapestry of Carole King’s beautiful music threaded with her own emotive story of song-writing success overshadowed at times by the s...





An Hour And A Half Late Theatre Royal Bath Review

    Who would pass up the opportunity to see our favourite funny man Griff Rhys Jones not on the telly but in live theatre, alongside the delectable Janie Dee who is equally at hom...







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