REVIEWS

Anna Sewell's much-loved novel gets a brisk trot around the paddock in Andy Manley, Andy Cannon and Shona Reppe's new take on the story...

There is no denying that Daniel Buckroyd’s take on the perennial tale of Dick Whittington feels a little overstuffed. With co-writer Fine Time Fontayne,...

To be, or not to be good. That’s the question facing Pinocchio when he finds it's harder being a boy than a puppet. If...

After a lumbering first half, Peter and the Starcatcher rears into brilliant life. It’s great when it gets going – a beautiful exploration of...

Sally Cookson’s 2012 production of JM Barrie’s Peter Pan, revived and revised at the National Theatre for Christmas, sees her reuniting with many of...

Loud, brash and somewhat abrasive, Qdos's Jack and the Beanstalk gets a slick Edinburgh veneer for the King's ruling panto triumvirate of dame Allan Stewart (Dame Trot), daft...

Much children's theatre seems to be based on successful books, so it's really refreshing when a piece comes along without accompanying merchandise. Unburdened by...

There is a real sense of condensed energy in Two Bit Classics’ take on Jane Austen’s much loved Pride and Prejudice. Regularly touring since...

Anthony Neilson’s production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland begins with the Liddell family captured in the flash of a camera, before sending Alice Liddell...

Johnny McKnight’s approach to pantomime – combining a distinctive Glaswegian sensibility with more traditional yuletide antics – has yielded some of the most memorable...

As the mutant, rampaging nightmare that is 2016 lumbers into the high-tension wires of another year, leave it to Hackney's panto to raise the...

The full width of Curve’s vast stage area and all its technical wizardry comes into play for this high-octane production of Grease, which has...
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