Monthly Archives: October 2018

Calendar Girls The Musical – review

This review first appeared in British Theatre Guide David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers and The Schubert Organisation presents Calendar Girls The Musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth Directed by Matt Ryan De Montfort Hall, Leicester 16 October – 20 … Continue reading

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Another royal wedding? Let them eat cake (and bread and soup)

May 2018: warm and sunny for Meghan and Harry’s wedding. October 2018: strangely warm, rather windy for Eugenie and Jack’s wedding. Two happy couples, but of slightly more practical interest to me, two wedding cakes. You might recall, H and M … Continue reading

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Joygernaut – review

This review first appeared in Sabotage Reviews Joygernaut written and performed by Andy Craven-Griffiths Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester Joy – what is it good for? Most would likely agree the answer is ‘quite a lot’, and as we wade our … Continue reading

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Cilla The Musical – review

This review first appeared in British Theatre Guide Bill Kenright and Laurie Mansfield present Cilla The Musical by Jeff Pope Directed by Bill Kenwright Curve Theatre, Leicester 9 – 13 October Everyone loved Cilla Black, or at least felt they … Continue reading

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Memoirs of An Asian Football Casual – review

This review first appeared in British Theatre Guide Curve Theatre presents Memoirs of An Asian Football Casual Adapted by Dougal Irvine from the book by Riaz Khan Directed by Nikolai Foster Curve Theatre, Leicester Memoirs Of An Asian Football Casual, … Continue reading

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