Charles Court Opera’s Express G&S at The Pleasance | Review

Charles Court Opera’s Express G&S at The Pleasance | Review

G AND S EXPRESS was conceived during Lockdown, and is the well-nigh perfect POST-lockdown entertainment, especially for G and S aficionados, but also for anyone who relishes a feel-good, often hilarious, 75 minutes in the company of three highly talented singing actors. John Savournin and David Eaton, who must have an encyclopedic knowledge of everything…

Sharon ‘n’ Barry do Romeo & Juliet – Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch

Sharon ‘n’ Barry do Romeo & Juliet – Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch

The Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch has a long-standing and deservedly high reputation for staging imaginative and, more importantly, accessible Shakespeare, clearly spoken so that even those who have previously fought shy of seeing one of his plays can understand and enjoy it. But even Douglas Rintoul, the director, must have found this year’s offering a challenge….

Review of Brooklyn The Musical at Greenwich Theatre

Review of Brooklyn The Musical at Greenwich Theatre

The off-Broadway musical Brooklyn has taken sixteen years to reach the UK. The programme (essential reading!) tells the audience that, using the time-honoured ‘play-within-a-play’ structure, the show focuses on five homeless people who use the space under Brooklyn Bridge to stage their story about a Parisian orphan singer, who just happens to be called Brooklyn….