REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Maria Aberg directs this lively and over-the-top production that fully embraces the madness and quirkiness of the musical.  If there is one message to take away from Little Shop of Horrors it is most definitely don’t feed the plant! A message that sadly comes too late for many of the characters in one of the… Read More

Review Round Up: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Young Vic Theatre

Joe Hill-Gibbins directs this new production of Shakespeare’s comedy starring Jemima Rooper. But what have critics been making of it?  The Guardian: *** “Hill-Gibbins delivers a third of the play: much lunacy but too little of poetry or love.” Financial Times: *** ” It’s a reading that digs deep into the disturbing sexual politics in the… Read More

REVIEW: Hand to God, Vaudeville Theatre

This darkly funny comedy reveals the consequences if we let the voices in our heads take over our actions in an effective and chilling way. ‘Sesame Street meets the Exorcist’ is how the New Yorker described Robert Askin’s play and Moritz von Stuelpnagel’s production. After watching it – it is difficult to think of a… Read More