Category: Plays

The Reviews of the many plays I have seen.

‘And That Was My Weekend…’ Groan Ups, Orchard Theatre, Dartford 01.11.2021

After enjoying a night viewing The Play Goes Wrong, I was excited to see that Mischief Theatre would be returning to the Orchard with one of their Newest productions. Known mainly for theatrical mishaps, Mischief have brought on tour a new serious comedy ‘Groan Ups‘ a more study of life that goes pear-shaped! Set within a school room, the audience… Read more →

‘Murder at Haversham Manor’- The Play That Goes Wrong, Orchard Theatre, Dartford. 21.09.2021

It was back at the Orchard Theatre to watch my first play in what felt like forever! I was not disappointed and couldn’t wait to see tonights performance of Mischief Theatre’s The Play That Goes Wrong. Mischief theatre is a drama company that specializes in improvised theatre, formed in 2008 they have had great successes with many successful comedy productions both… Read more →

Lady Chatterley’s Lover – Orchard Theatre, Dartford. 20.02.2020

Another week, another lucky viewing and tonight’s would by my second play of the year. Along with this also, it would be the first viewing of a new Tilted Wig production, Lady Chatterley’s Lover. Lady Constance Chatterley has found herself trapped in a loveless marriage. Her husband Clifford Chatterley injured in battle, is unable to satisfy the sexual desires of… Read more →

‘The Perfect Crime…’ Dial M for Murder, Orchard Theatre. 27.01.2020

After a week without a theatre trip, it was back to the Orchard Theatre for tonight’s viewing. The first play production of 2020 goes to Frederick Knott’s Dial M for Murder. The Thriller is set in the 60s, based in the living room of former professional tennis player Tony and his wife Margot. On discovering that his wife has been… Read more →

‘He’s a Fine, Fine Horse…” – War Horse, Troubadour Theatre, Wembley, London 10.11.2019

On Remembrance Sunday, the day we remember those who had fallen in their fight for their country I was delighted to have been invited to collect on behalf of the Royal British Legion at the matinee performance of the lastest production of the National Theatre’s War Horse at the Troubadour Theatre, Wembley. It was a perfect way to celebrate a… Read more →

‘It’s my Duty to Ask Questions…’ – An Inspector Calls, Churchill Theatre, Bromley. 11.09.2019

A well welcomed two show week, with my second viewing being back at the Churchill Theatre for tonight’s opening night of the multi-award winning  National Theatre’s Landmark production of An Inspector Calls.  The play takes on a single night in April 1912, focusing on a prosperous upper middle-class family the Birling’s, who live in a fancy home in the town… Read more →

‘Baby, its You! You’re the One I Need!’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Bridge Theatre, London 27.07.2019.

A girls day out was planned and when planning things we could do, I was delighted to find that my suggestion was accepted! Having had my eye on this performance and being a favourite Shakespeare play of mine, I was very excited to finally be seeing A Midsummer Nights Dream at the Bridge Theatre! Along with seeing it live, I would also… Read more →