Review: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion ★★★★★

Following the success of The Play that Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre returns with The Comedy About a Bank Robbery. The show heralds a bit of a departure for Mischief: rather than a play within a play and the laughs that come with that, it’s a play…full stop! With corpses and corpsing guaranteed though, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery is dead funny. Fresh out of … Continue reading Review: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion ★★★★★

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Review: SeatPlan ★★★★

Most theatre-goers probably have a selection of go-to websites when booking tickets. One you know you can get the best deals on. One whose reviews you trust. One which has an accurate seating plan. One site aims to provide all three: SeatPlan. Despite being round less than a decade, it’s become an integral part of my day-to-day booking process. SeatPlan has a number of features … Continue reading Review: SeatPlan ★★★★

Review: Teddy, Vaults Theatre ★★★★

Set in the rock and rolling 1950’s, new musical Teddy sparks with adventure, anarchy and energy. A night of hips, lips and fists lies in store for the two main characters, Teddy and Josie. The same is true for audiences of Teddy: hips shaking, lips in a wide smile, and fists pumping to Dougal Irvine’s nostalgic soundtrack. It’s Saturday night in London town. Quiffs are high and the … Continue reading Review: Teddy, Vaults Theatre ★★★★

Review: The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre ★★★★

Some shows stay with you for a long time. Perhaps because it resonates with you deeply, perhaps because it raises your spirits…or perhaps it’s because it chills them to the core. Playing at the Fortune Theatre for 28 years, The Woman in Black is a story which lives on, still surprising and scaring audiences to this day. Based on Susan Hill’s novel, playwright Stephen Mallatratt takes this … Continue reading Review: The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre ★★★★