Fri, Aug 12, 2022
A Streetcar Named Desire Review

A Streetcar Named Desire Review

A Streetcar named Desire has stood the test of time to become a cornerstone of great theatre repertoire. This sterling production is one to remember, says Beverley Brommert
Clouds Like Waves review

Clouds Like Waves review

Clouds Like Waves is bold, innovative, gentle, funny, heartbreaking and sometimes odd. Karen Rutter was thoroughly engrossed
Gertrude Stein and a Companion

Gertrude Stein and a Companion: Review

Gertrude Stein and a Companion is an extraordinary piece of intimate, and ultimately joyful, theatre at the Theatre on the Bay
Cinderella at the Masque: Review

Cinderella at the Masque: Review

Cinderella at the Masque Theatre is Charles Perrault’s famous fairy story told as a musical, and it is fabulous and fun
Into the Woods: Constellations at Spier

Into the Woods: Constellations at Spier review

Constellations is so many things - astonishing, clever, beautiful, dynamic, heartfelt. It feels like the kind of theatre that just makes sense, at this point we are at
Bedside Manners review: Milnerton Players

Bedside Manners review: Milnerton Players

Bedside Manners at the Milnerton Playhouse is a hoot, says Sheila Chisholm, who is very happy to be back at the theatre
The Lady Aoi review

The Lady Aoi review

From 11th century novel to 21st century drama, The Lady Aoi has lost none of its poignancy or universality, says Beverley Brommert

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