The Theatre Twittic’s Top 10 Shows of 2019

We've approached the end of another year and another decade too. I'd like to say a quick thank you for taking the time to read my reviews this year. I've been overwhelmed by the number of you who check out my analysis of productions across the country. This year I've seen over 70 performances from... Continue Reading →

Review: The Wizard of Oz at the Birmingham Rep

Writer: Frank Baum Music and Lyrics: Harold Arlen & E Y Harburg Director: Liam Steel Birmingham Rep is not the only producer of an adaption of the classic film this year . It seems to be quite a title up and down the country. However, this production is certainly set to be one that fills... Continue Reading →

The Show Must Go On: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a flying success

Live theatre, you really can't beat it. No performance is ever the same and that can certainly be said for this afternoon's performance and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Birmingham Rep which didn't quite go to plan. 

A Trip To The Commons: My First Experience Of On Stage Seating

When looking for seats to see James Graham's This House I was surprised to see on stage seats available. They were the cheapest seats available and the experience was one of a kind. 

Review: The Hundred and One Dalmatians at the Rep Theatre, Birmingham

Christmas 2017 is now a memory but that doesn't take anything away from the Birmingham Rep's production on The Hundred and One Dalmatians.

Review: Nativity! The Musical at the Birmingham Rep

It may only be the start of November but Birmingham is starting up the festive celebrations with the world premiere of Nativity! The Musical based on the festive 2009 film Nativity!

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