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REVIEW | And Then There Were None |UK Tour

Agatha Christie is renowned for putting together thrilling murder mystery novels. Transferring these novels to the stage could lack the same effect however director Joe Harmston achieves it. The art deco style set designed by Simon Scullion is highly impressive, it’s style sets the era for the whole piece and intricate detailing has taken place to ensure the authenticity…

REVIEW | Kiss me Kate | Opera North

Opera North’s revival of Cole Porter’s rapturous 1948 Broadway musical Kiss Me, Kate is a phenomenal performance bursting with the perfect variety of classical and contemporary vocal tones to ensure the classic musical is portrayed in it’s timeless fashion. Kiss me Kate is comedic backstage musical about a group of actors who are in a production…

REVIEW | Guys and Dolls | UK Tour

Straight from the West End, the Guys and Dolls UK Tour provides an outstanding production of Frank Loesser’s classic musical. Set in New York, Nathan Detroit is a middle aged gambler who has been engaged to his fiance Miss Adelaide for 14 years, a woman who is desperate to get married but Nathan just can’t get the money…

REVIEW | Jenufa | Opera North

Opera North’s revival of Jenufa, a story of emotional heartbreak is told on a stage so minimalistic and bare that the consuming emotion is highly amplified. The angular set is suitably fitting to the era and fashion of the time, it gives a semi abstract feel to the staging. The story begins with a young girl…