A thoroughly entertaining evening of music, theatre and political storytelling, Praxis Makes Perfect is an absolute must see.
The problem with fairytales is that they are all too often played out beyond reality. Striking Attitudes accomplished the rare delight of presenting the magical as everyday.
Everything about it just oozed excitement and unadulterated thrill.
Elemental, primordial and gripping
1861 has earned an enviable reputation in the relatively short time Simon Wright and his wife Katie have been at the helm.
The Smoke House has timed its arrival extremely judiciously.
I’m not sure what kind of kitchen witchcraft the chef used to cook the halloumi, but it was without doubt the nicest I’ve ever eaten.
Every second blew me away, pulling me into the dance the same way the novel transports me to the Roaring Twenties and Long Island life.
It was a strikingly unique piece that complemented the lively personality of its composer.
Over a 75-minute set largely made up of crowdpleasers, all involved give it some welly.