Review of Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

Jeeves and Wooster

I write this review having never experienced any of P J Wodehouse’s written work; neither book nor TV adaptation;  I came to this triumphant piece of theatre completely fresh and with only musings that it will probably be set pre-World War 1, English upper class society and be somewhat farcical.  Not having any prior knowledge … Read more Review of Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

Review of BLAM! At The Peacock Theatre October 2013

Blam at Peacock Theatre

Have you ever wondered who would win in a celebrity death match between Wolverine and the Incredible Hulk?  Well with BLAM! you will find out! Physical theatre can often be labelled as inaccessible, arty-farty and pretentious. Neander’s BLAM! is certainly none of these things! In fact this show boasts familiarity in abundance, anyone who has … Read more Review of BLAM! At The Peacock Theatre October 2013

Review of The Hothouse at Trafalgar Studios

The Hothouse

Excited to see a Pinter production in the West End, I jumped at the opportunity to take a seat, front row, “behind the stage” in the newly reformed and redesigned studio space. This Pinter piece, originally written in the 1950s, is as relevant in today’s society as it was in 1958;  mental health treatments and … Read more Review of The Hothouse at Trafalgar Studios