Month: September 2017

Ruth Rendell’s ‘A Judgement in Stone’ – Orchard Theatre, Dartford 25.09.2017

It was another murder mystery for tonight’s press night at the Orchard Theatre, Ruth Rendell’s ‘A Judgement in Stone’.  I was intrigued to know what surprises and twist this one had in store and whether I would be able to crack the case! A Judgement in Stone is the classic novel from Ruth Rendell, adapted to the stage by Simon… Read more →

“It Isn’t a Machine. It’s an Entirely Disembodied Living Consciousness” – The Test, White Bear Theatre, Kennington, London 19.09.2017

I was delighted to be asked once more to go and review for the Golden Age Theatre. Having seem a fair few now of Ian Dixon Potter’s work, I was looking forward to what he next had in store. Tonight’s viewing was at a different theatre, this time south of London at the White Bear Theatre in Kennington. Similar to… Read more →

‘What You Want Warner, What You Want Is Me…’ Legally Blonde, Churchill Theatre, Bromley 18.09.2017

It was back to the Churchill Theatre for a much needed press night. Tonight’s viewing was one of my personal favs, Legally Blonde. Having seen it recently last year at the Curve in Leicester, I was intrigued to know how this one would be performed. I took my seat in Row J seat 30, a little more towards the centre… Read more →