Chinglish Review

Park Theatre 22 March – 22 April.  Reviewed by Claire Roderick The European premiere of David Henry Hwang’s Chinglish at the Park theatre is a fast and funny comedy of misunderstandings and misinterpretation. Guiyang city is building a new cultural centre, and American businessman Daniel (Gyuri Sarossy) is bidding for the contract to provide the […]

Echoes End Review

Salisbury Playhouse – 31 March 2017.  Reviewed by Joanne Gordon  Echoes End, written by Barney Norris, is the story of love, war and change.  Set on a farm in rural Salisbury Plain between 1914-1918, the sleepy, quiet villages are infiltrated with the arrival of thousands of servicemen when camps are set up to accommodate those […]

Gabriel Review

Richmond Theatre 28 March – 1 April, National tour until May.  Reviewed by Claire Roderick 1943, and for two and a half years the German occupation of Guernsey has seen the women doing what they can to protect their families and homes. For Jeanne Becquet (Belinda Lang) that has meant sleeping with the commanding officer […]