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English Touring Opera Baroque Triple Bill Review Theatre Royal Bath 13th November 2018

   The English Touring Opera is the master of offering audiences something original and pushing the boundaries of what is performed as conventional opera. No more so than its baroque tr...





The Nightingales Theatre Royal Bath Review 6th November 2018

   William Gaminara’s new play The Nightingales is firmly placed in the 21st century and our current obsession with five minutes of fame in the shape of TV talent shows where even...





Vulcan 7 Theatre Royal Bath Review 15th October 2018

   Written by Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer, Vulcan 7 is the story of two actors who first knew each other as drama students and forged very different paths in their respective care...





Shakespeare In Love Theatre Royal Bath Review 9th October 2018

  Shakespeare in Love, based on the screenplay of the film by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, and adapted for the stage by Lee Hall, is all at once a comedy, a tragedy and a rollicking good st...





God Of Carnage, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 10th September 2018

    Yasmina Reza’s sharp comedy God of Carnage illustrates the pitfalls of modern middle-class parenting where two disparate couples are locked in a battle over their respec...





An Ideal Husband Theatre Royal Bath Review 19th July 2018

   To say the cast of An Ideal Husband is star studded is a bit of an understatement; two Foxes, Edward and Freddie, Susan Hampshire, Frances Barber, Nathaniel Parker and Sally Bretton ...





Thoroughly Modern Millie Theatre Royal Bath Review 29th May 2018

  Having seen and loved the original film starring Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore way back in 1967 and a few incarnations since, I must say this production of Thoroughly Modern Millie is...





The Rat Pack Live From Las Vegas Theatre Royal Bath Review 21st May 2018

   It’s the golden era of the 1950s, musical entertainment is big bands, classy crooners and glamorous performances and there was nowhere more glitzy than Vegas. If you had a tic...







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