Enron Earns 4* Review from Benedict Nightingale in The Times. Enron opened in London at the Noel Coward Theatre in January this year and was reviewed on its second night by Benedict Nightingale for the Times – the full review is on The Times Online. Obviously it was well received by the reviewer – a [...]
Benedict Nightingale reviews The Little Dog Laughed at the Garrick Theatre, London for the Times Online – awarding it a 3 star rating. This is a Broadway comedy on the subject being in teh closet, wanting to come out and feeling that the public won’t allow it. Tamsin Greig gives a terrific performance as Diane, [...]
A Daughter’s A Daughter is written by Agatha Christie – under her pen-name Mary Westmacott.
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof at the Novello Theatre in London has received a 4* review from Paul Taylor in The Independent. To see a black cat cross your path is a proverbial sign of good luck. The all-black production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, the 1955 Tennessee Williams’s classic, certainly had [...]
Stephen and the Sexy Partridge, at the Trafalgar Studios in London is reviewed for the Times Online by Jeremy Kingston. This late night show earns 3 stars in the review.
Charles Spencer has returned to Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane to re-review for the Daily Telegraph, in light of the new cast, particularly the actor and stand-up comedian Omid Djalili who is now playing the role of Fagin (previously played by Rowan Atkinson). Clearly Mr. Spencer was again delighted, and reveived his “guaranteed [...]
Paul Taylor reviews The Shawshank Redemption for The Indepenent – and whilst he says that the transition from film to stage is not an easy one for this production, he has some good words to say. In the role of Red, the excellent Reg E Cathey (of Wire fame) has Morgan Freeman’s twinkle and rumbling, [...]
Catwalk Confidential is reviewed by Dominic Maxwell for The Times Online Peterson narrates, present-tense, with a noirish turn of phrase.
In a review for the Independent in July of this year Michael Coveney writes What can you possibly say about a show that defies analysis, scorns ideas and is so well packaged it would win prizes in a “most attractive parcel” competition? It’s just a pop concert with a token storyline of teenagers in love [...]
Charles Spencer of the Telegraph has given alan Bennett’s Enjoy at the Gielgud Theatre a 4-star review – full review. Alison Steadman is described as “superb” playing Connie (who has Alzheimers).