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The Girl On The Train, Theatre Royal Bath, Review 8th April 2019

  Adapted for the stage by Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel, from Paula Hawkins’s best-selling thriller The Girl on the Train, this is one of the finest transitions from book (and film)...





Rebus, Long Shadows, Theatre Royal, Bath Review 4th March 2019

 Ian Rankin’s highly popular detective novels featuring the taciturn and slightly grumpy Detective Inspector Rebus became a highly successful television series and now takes to the stage in...





A Song At Twilight Theatre Royal Bath Review

   In this production of Noël Coward’s acerbic and semi-autobiographical drama A Song at Twilight we’re given a chance to see the legend that is Simon Callow at work, ...





The Lady Vanishes Theatre Royal Bath Review

   Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller The Lady Vanishes is brought to the stage by the estimable Classic Thriller Theatre Company making sure the mysterious story translates to t...





The Nutcracker Moscow City Ballet Theatre Royal Bath Review

  The Moscow City Ballet company put on a truly superb performance of the iconic Christmas ballet, The Nutcracker, which couldn’t fail to please anyone who saw it at the Theatre Royal ...





Peter Pan Theatre Royal Bath Review 16th December 2018

   Nothing could make the anticipation of Christmas greater than a trip to the pantomime. The Theatre Royal, Bath, have certainly upped their game this year with the production of Peter...





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...







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