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: Cruise Control at HLT

If you're looking for a play to take your mother or grandmother along to, or if you simply consider yourself a bit of a...

One of the best in concert series

From rock n’ roll love triangles to soulful music and parodies, the Shake Rattle & Roll Operatunity Daytime Concert at St Columba Church  on...

REVIEW: Roots at Uxbridge

Title: Roots Written by: Oliver Chong Directed by: Chye-Ling Huang Performed by: Amanda Grace-Leo Uxbridge Arts & Culture was almost packed to the brim last Friday night for...

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: Sheila’s story really is extraordinary

Writer, historian, illustrator, naturalist, sailor, cyclist and nonagenarian. There's no shortage of words to choose from when it comes to describing Sheila Natusch. There is, however,...

Theatre Review: Now that’s a plot!

THE LADYKILLERS Genre: Comedy / Drama Directed by: Laurie Mills Reviewed by: Sarah Ellis Times rating: 4.5 stars The stage is set in Post War Britain. Mrs Wilberforce, a...

Theatre Preview: Cynthia Fortitude meets Rugby World Cup

If laughing until your cheeks hurt is how you like your musical theatre, you won’t want to miss Cynthia Fortitude’s Farewell – Her Second coming...

Theatre Review: An enchanting evening

The Gala Night performance of Peter Pan at The Harlequin Musical Theatre was exciting, upbeat and a whole lot of fun. You couldn’t help but...

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