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RSC Merry Wives of Windsor

REVIEW | Merry Wives of Windsor | RSC

Tackling the comedy of Shakespeare’s Merry Wives of Windsor and making it appeal to a young audience seems like a challenge, but the RSC’s latest production is lavish, stylish and ludicrously funny. Director Fiona Laird has completely transformed this Shakespearean comedy with her totally modern approach. With bright colours, camp characters and lots of sparkle,…

REVIEW | Dragon Slayer | Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle’s spectacular summer show is an immersive production that takes the audience on a historical journey into the entangled love story of two star-crossed lovers. This brand new night-time show pushes boundaries as a theatrical production that blends a captivating family story with mindblowing special effects. The 10th-century tale tells the story of a…

Gemma Sutton and the cast of Sweet Charity at the Watermill Theatre

REVIEW | Sweet Charity | Watermill Theatre

Paul Hart’s latest production at the Watermill Theatre is an innovative and charming revival of Sweet Charity starring the incomparable Gemma Sutton who leads the production with striking wit and sensational character. Transferring the classic musical from the swinging sixties to modern New York, this thrilling actor muso production brings heart and flair to the…

Miss Littlewood at the RSC review

REVIEW | Miss Littlewood | RSC

“We know about so many unremarkable men, but so few remarkable women,” Joan Littlewood utters at the start of the show. It’s a question that continues throughout this production as it unravels the fascinating story of a woman who is said to have ‘led a revolution in British theatre.’ Sam Kenyon has created a masterpiece…

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