Tag "George Boyd"

‘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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‘Scrooge the Panto’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This really is a show for ALL of the family. Great songs, colour, jokes, slapstick and dancing, what more could one ask for?

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‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Seen it before? Then see it again – and love it.

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‘The Foreigner’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This is a DON’T MISS production. Hilarious from the opening minutes.

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‘Noises Off’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Noises Off’ is a hilarious farce, a play within a play, written by Tony Award winning UK playwright, Michael Frayn. Frayn wrote the play in 1982, based on what he saw from the wings whilst watching Lynn Redgrave performing one

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‘Kiss Me Kate’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

One of Cole Porter’s best musicals, for ALL of the family.

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