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Tuesday 9 February 2016 7:25 AM

Theatre Reviews

As a murder mystery fan I was really looking forward to the opening night of Rehearsal for Murder, and I wasn't disappointed.

With an effective, simple single set throughout the play and carefully created flashbacks to a murder believed to be a suicide a year ago to the day when the characters reunite, the Classic Thriller Theatre Company keeps you on


14:00 Fri 18 Dec 2015
cinderella The performance was spectacular, with the whole cast pulling together a truly magical performance. To me and my sons, the belles of the ball were Kevin Cruise and the ugly sisters played by Steven Blakeley
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16:06 Wed 16 Dec 2015
Peter pan Out of all the pantos Peter Pan is probably my least favourite until now. Firstly, there is no pantomime dame in the classic JM Barrie tale - I personally think every story should have male
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17:03 Tue 01 Dec 2015
One Snowy Night Taking two young children to the theatre is no easy task. However backed up by my own parents, I took my 20-month-old niece and five-year-old nephew to Norden Farm to see Nick Butterworth's One Snowy
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14:00 Thu 17 Dec 2015
new dick whittington With a generous pinch of silly, a dash of improvisation, and the piece de resistance, local celebrity Justin Fletcher, all the ingredients are there for a fabulous pantomime experience. 'Who am I,' he shouts
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11:55 Wed 16 Dec 2015
Sleeping Beauty at South Hill Park It's a festive phenomenon! I don't know how they do it, but do it they do! South Hill Park's panto is once again a brilliant, fun packed family seasonal showstopper. It's amazing that any 'Beauty'
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16:37 Mon 30 Nov 2015
show Tapping your troubles away doesn't always work out for the characters in Stepping Out, Richard Harris's award-winning play.Set in a dance class at a North London church hall, the story follows seven women and
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