REVIEWS

A scintillating and delightful revival of the 1963 Broadway musical She Loves Me ends a triumphant year for the Menier Chocolate Factory. The venue’s...

With long-running residencies at the Watford Palace and London's Greenwich Theatre, writer Andrew Pollard has plenty of panto experience. Packed with audience participation, obligatory...

Dick Whittington, a pantomime not often performed in Scotland, is given an Aberdonian twist by writer Alan McHugh. The production opens with a newsreel...

It takes a while to get going, thanks to a laborious rhyming prologue delivered front of stage by evergreen dame May McFettridge, this year doubling...

The sartorially elegant magic double act of Morgan and West deploy their amiably bumbling, Victorian schtick on Dickens. A (sort of) Christmas Carol Magic...

With framing music by Tchaikovsky, a witty, original score and enchanting visual and narrative references to Carlo Collodi’s 19th-century invention of the wooden boy...

This 350-seat Regency playhouse (the last surviving one in the UK), provides a unique setting for panto. The venue has a warmth and intimacy...

Magic, mayhem and plenty of belief run right to the core of the Theatre Royal's spectacular Cinderella. At first glance this show is the expected...

The Eifman cometh. Celebrating 40 years as founder of Russia's leading contemporary dance company, Boris Eifman enters the mouth of madness once again. The...

This is a simply stunning show that oozes quality through its every pore. It sparkles brilliantly from the opening line and never lets up....

When Robert Louis Stevenson wrote Treasure Island, Hull’s fishing fleets were making perilous trips to the Arctic. The thought of those icy journeys were...

The Royal Variety Performance returns for a second time to the Apollo Hammersmith, with HRH Charles, the Prince of Wales on duty, accompanied by...
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