I wish I had loads of children. Then I'd have an excuse to go back and see How to Catch a Star again and again.
Based on Oliver Jeffers' picture book, this enchanting tale of a lonely little boy trying to catch a starry friend comes from established children's theatre company Blunderbus, and it is a joy from beginning to end.
To be honest I wasn't sure if Wokingham Theatre's adaptation of Molire's restoration comedy Tartuffe would appeal to me. When the cast began to deliver their lines in verse, I was even more sceptical.
This was a toughie. My favourite sit-com ever, recreated on stage without that original fantastic cast. I wasn't convinced that director Adam Stafford, and The Wilde Community Theatre Company, could pull it off, and was
National treasures and stars of stage and screen Felicity Kendal and Simon Callow reunite after 34 years to tread the boards together in Franois Billetdoux's bittersweet comedy Chin-Chin.
Set in 1950's Paris, the story tells