I love a good murder mystery, and this is a really good one.
And Then There Were None performed by the Agatha Christie Theatre Company stays true to the original novel and does well to build up the suspense, as well as getting the audience to laugh, gasp and sigh throughout as we turn all the different corners in the story.
I like pantomimes that brim with originality and creativity. I enjoy watching a talented and enthusiastic cast and chorus and I like a pantomime that has that extra sparkle that makes it stand out from
Arriving with a fanfare of positive reviews which have dubbed it the 'funniest show in the land' expectations are high from the off for One Man, Two Guvnors.
Thankfully then this loose adaptation of Carlo
It's a 'cold, bleak, biting' Christmas Eve in the counting house of Ebenezer Scrooge.
Carols echo but eerily and far away and, in the surrounding gloom a light goes up on Charles Dickens' story.