Review : The Little Mermaid‬ , Theatre Royal Nottingham

A far cry from my usually, giggle-filled theatre trips, I went to see The Little Mermaid at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal – Northern Ballet’s world première of this well known Hans Christian Anderson fairytale. If you are expecting Disney princesses then this is not for you…but if you want a beautiful, enchanting, ballet adaptation of the aquatic love story then it is a must see. Read more about Review : The Little Mermaid‬ , Theatre Royal Nottingham

Review : My Fair Lady , Theatre Royal Nottingham

Much loved classic ‘My Fair Lady’ has come to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal. Nottingham Operatic Society’s adaptation is on stage this week featuring favourites such as ‘I could have danced all night’ and ‘Wouldn’t it be loverly’.  Read more about Review : My Fair Lady , Theatre Royal Nottingham

Review : The Botanist – West Bridgford

The West Bridgford nightlife scene was once so popular, which is why many people were disappointed when some of the most frequented bars closed their doors for good.

But, bringing some new and interesting food and drink culture back to West Bridgford is The Botanist. Due to open it’s doors to the public on Monday 9th October 2017, we were invited through the doors for a sneaky peek before the grand opening – I can tell you that people are in for a treat! Read more about Review : The Botanist – West Bridgford

Review : The Addams Family , Theatre Royal Nottingham 

I had love The Addams Family as a child, the original tv series I mean, ye olde black and white, which is why I thought I would love to go and see a stage version… Read more about Review : The Addams Family , Theatre Royal Nottingham 

Review : East is East , Nottingham Playhouse

Based on writer Ayub Khan’s childhood experiences, East is East is a light-hearted (albeit with serious undertones) look at the life of an “Anglo-English, Eurasian” family in the 1970’s – seen through the eyes of 12 year old Sajit Khan (Viraj Juneja). His relationship with his family…and his parka…have the audience laughing and ‘aww’ ing in equal measure.  Read more about Review : East is East , Nottingham Playhouse