Kiss Me Kate Review

Sheffield Crucible – until 12 January 2019 Reviewed by Lottie Davis-Browne 3*** Following the huge success of Annie Get Your Gun, Director Paul Foster returns to Sheffield with the 1948 classic Kiss Me Kate. The musical was inspired by the on-stage/off-stage battling of husband-and-wife actors Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne during their 1953 production of […]

Peter Pan Review

St Helen’s Theatre Royal – until 13 January 2019 Reviewed by Carla Whittaker 5***** Christmas is not Christmas without a panto! I was lucky enough to be able to fly to Neverland and get tickets to watch the J.M Barrie classic Peter Pan at St Helen’s Theatre Royal which is running until 13th January 2019. It […]

Peter Pan Review

Sheffield Lyceum – until 6 January 2019 Reviewed by Lottie Davis-Browne 4**** It’s that time of year again….oh yes it is!!! Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a trip to a pantomime and Sheffield theatres pantomimes have been a huge hit with audience members for decades, and never fail to provide laughs a plenty, audience participation […]

Aladdin Review

New Wimbledon Theatre – until 6 January 2019 Reviewed by Sabrina Fancy 4**** If you are looking for a bit of magic this holiday season with the children, come along to the New Wimbledon theatre for the panto production of Aladdin. Aladdin is a new look at an old favourite, very different from the Disney […]

Cinderella Review

Yvonne Arnaud – until 6th January 2019 Reviewed by Heather Chalkley 4**** This is a fully inflated panto with two caricature dames centre stage. There are classic annual scenes that the audience know are coming and give a cheer of anticipation. Alongside traditional panto shenanigans and terrible jokes, you have current tunes from The Greatest […]

Cinderella – The Fairy Godmother of all Pantomimes Review

New Victoria Theatre, Woking –  until Sunday 6th January 2019. Reviewed by Becky Doyle 5***** Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes truly brought about the magic and sparkle of Christmas for me. From the offset with its clear Strictly Come Dancing theme (Claudia and Tess two very gruesome step sisters!) I could not fault […]