REVIEW: Being Mr Wickham – Original Theatre Company

Adrian Lukis stars in this one man memoir of one of literature’s most infamous rogues Adrian Lukis, who famously played Mr Wickham in the 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, brings to life the rake himself once more in Being Mr Wickham, only this time it’s his 60th birthday, we’re now in Victorian England,…

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Review | Treasure Island (National Theatre at Home)

With the theatres closed during the Covid-19 lockdown, it’s amazing to see so many venues putting their work out digitally for us to share. I’ve been excited about a fair few so far, but National Theatre’s Treasure Island in particular piqued my interest – having acted in a variation of it last year! Based on…

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Review | Tim Minchin – BACK

“I hope he doesn’t sing White Wine in the Sun”, I muttered in the car on the way to Oxford, “it makes me cry… not sad tears though…” Tim Minchin has this unique ability to get right under my skin in all the best ways – whether that’s making me laugh with the likes of…

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The Dresser, Review | Masque Theatre

After successful runs of Barefoot in the Park, A Christmas Carol, and not to toot one’s own horn too much, a packed out run of The Duchess of Malfi, Masque Theatre return with Ronald Harwood’s comedy, The Dresser. Set during the second world war, Sir (Adrian Wyman) and his motley crew of actors, assembled from…

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Barefoot In The Park, Review | Masque Theatre

Northampton’s Masque Theatre presented their version of Neil Simon’s classic comedy in The Retro Room at Vintage Retreat. Corrie and Paul are a young newly-wed couple, head over heels in love with one another, having spent their first 6 married nights together in the Plaza Hotel. He’s a young attorney, she’s a free spirit -…

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