‘A Little Night of Music’, written by Stephen Sondheim and directed by Alexander Andrews, at the Seymour Centre’s Everest Theatre is a charming production put
‘When The Rain Stops Falling’ written by Andrew Bovell and directed by Rachel Chant at New Theatre in Newtown, is an ambitious piece of theatre.
I’ve never been a huge fan of Williamson’s text. I often find myself questioning why this play, in particular, is staged so often. I understand
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists’ ‘RAPID RESPONSE TEAM’, hereby referred to as RRT, is a clever, often amusing piece of conceptually driven theatre. Its title
I hadn’t been to the Tap Gallery before so I took my mum along as my date and buffer of social awkwardness. The place is
There are moments during a show when you realise with sickening awareness that you are not its target audience. ‘Blue Wizard’ hit me with that
There’s nothing like the work of Squabbalogic to convert a reluctant musical theatre goer. I have come to excitedly anticipate their work, especially as they