Reviews

‘Sex Cells’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Another success for The Harbour Theatre.

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‘Class of 77’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

An interesting look at life a couple of decades ago, fond memories.

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‘Toast’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Comments on the way out of the theatre included ‘magnificent’, ‘wow that was good’.

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‘Love Me Slender’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A good solid production. Congratulations to all.

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‘Design for Living’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom.

Many of the cast were back treading the boards after too long a break, some others were very new to the stage, but you would never guess, as the chemistry was strong.

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‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

I thought that I knew and understood the story well until I saw this production, and suddenly the characters become lucid and the many hidden storylines fitted together to give an enthralling and satisfying evening. Superb direction and acting, a special play that should not be missed.

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‘The Lighthouse Girl’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This is a truly beautiful play, sensitive and so true to life; guaranteed to grab your emotions.

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‘It Runs in the Family’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Only a couple of shows left, but try to catch it. Have a good laugh, you deserve it.

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‘Masquerade’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A high quality, encouraging and exciting start to the future of this new theatre.

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