Review: Dial M for Murder at HLT

When director Alex Gleed described Howick Little Theatre's latest play as a psychological thriller with lots of subtext, I wondered if I'd be able...

Review: Captain Festus McBoyle for adults and children alike

"Kind of interesting, kind of not." If I'd let my eight year old sister write this review of the Captain Festus McBoyle Travellin' Variety Show,...

Review: Around the world with Ben Hurley

I’ve always wanted to travel the world. Until last Thursday night, I hadn’t really made much progress on that venture. Other than the obvious...

Review: The Great Gatsby enraptures audience

1920s New York has always fascinated me. As America began to recover from the horrors of World War I, the lifestyles of the rich and famous seemed so glamorous.

Review: Bonnie and Clyde

It takes a lot for a vocal performance to give me goosebumps - and yet it happened several times over during Harlequin Musical Theatre's...
Review - Our Man in Havana

Review: Our Man in Havana a cracker

I’ve always wanted to travel to Cuba. Cheers to you, Howick Little Theatre, for helping me tick that one off the bucket list – 1950’s...

REVIEW: Mixing the funk with the jazz

By Sarah Ellis Kicking off a series of jazz concerts at Howick’s Uxbridge Arts and Cultural Centre on Saturday night was Ron Samson and the...

Deft Doublinszki mesmerises Uxbridge audience

He’s got talent, and Thursday night’s performance was no exception for accomplished musician Peter Doublinszki. Having toured Europe extensively, it was a nice surprise to...

Uxbridge centre comedy night a roaring success

If you’re considering a comedy night at Uxbridge Arts Centre in Howick, don’t think twice about it. Last Friday’s session began as most comedy shows...

Review: The Pink Hammer

If you’re down for a laugh or two, don’t mind language that could offend, and appreciate being reminded not to judge a book by...

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