Tag "Julie Holmshaw"

‘Last Cab to Darwin’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

It takes a great deal to get me off my seat for a standing ovation, but in this case, I was one of the first up.

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‘Love and Mistletoe’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

I have seen a few of Raymond Hopkins’ plays and this one of his funniest

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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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‘Snakes and Ladders’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This is a cleverly structured play, with well-observed characters, soundly acted and perfectly presented. Try to catch it.

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‘Calendar Girls’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

… an entertaining show, and if you haven’t seen ‘Calendar Girls’ in the past, try and catch it, you will have a most enjoyable night, saucy (but no real nudity).

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‘Maskerade’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Maskerade’ is a fantasy, science fiction play, first published in book form in 1995 by Buckinghamshire born humanist and author, Sir Terry Pratchett. The producers of the play, ARENAarts, have already brought us half a dozen wonderfully colourful and thrilling

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