Home   What's On   Reviews

Subscribe Now

Reviews




Binge-worthy epic war tale

Binge-worthy epic war tale

Binge-worthy epic war tale

Steve Sutherland reviews Rebellion/Wars of the Roses, RSC: ****


A Beauty of a show

A Beauty of a show

A Beauty of a show

Steve Sutherland reviews Beauty and the Beast, Playbox Theatre, The Dream Factory, Warwick, until 30th December


A dour delight – reminiscent of many family Christmases

A dour delight – reminiscent of many family Christmases

A dour delight – reminiscent of many family Christmases

REVIEW: Absurd Person Singular at the Bear Pit, 10th to 18 December 2021


'Today’s version of JCC is more of a lovable meanderer than a social satirist'

'Today’s version of JCC is more of a lovable meanderer than a social satirist'

'Today’s version of JCC is more of a lovable meanderer than a social satirist'

Steve Sutherland reviews Dr John Cooper Clarke


Magical and charming

Magical and charming

Magical and charming

Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens sees The Attic Theatre reopen


Camper Calling festival - photos, review and ticket information for 2022

Camper Calling festival - photos, review and ticket information for 2022

Camper Calling festival - photos, review and ticket information for 2022

After a successful return - with the Manic Street Preachers headlining - the Camper Calling festival will be back at Ragley Hall next year.


A marvel of art in difficult times

A marvel of art in difficult times

A marvel of art in difficult times

REVIEW: The Cunning Little Vixen, Longborough Festival Opera


Sex, hugs and very droll

Sex, hugs and very droll

Sex, hugs and very droll

The perfect play to reopen the RSC with...


Skill and invention in the big red tent

Skill and invention in the big red tent

Skill and invention in the big red tent

REVIEW: Così fan tutte, Longborough Festival Opera


REVIEW: Masked and ready for some Wagner at Longborough Festival Opera

REVIEW: Masked and ready for some Wagner at Longborough Festival Opera

REVIEW: Masked and ready for some Wagner at Longborough Festival Opera

Preston Witts reviews Die Walküre, 8th June, Longborough Festival Opera


IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

IEW OF THE YEAR: Best arts events from 2020

Herald arts contributors look back on a few highlights from last year


Sophia, 18, takes on Hamlet role at Playbox Theatre

Sophia, 18, takes on Hamlet role at Playbox Theatre

Sophia, 18, takes on Hamlet role at Playbox Theatre

Actor Sophia brings freshness to Hamlet role to production at Dream Factory this week.


REVIEW: Eurovision 2021 'We need to start taking risks'

REVIEW: Eurovision 2021 'We need to start taking risks'

REVIEW: Eurovision 2021 'We need to start taking risks'

Eurovision expert Dean Asker, from Warwick, gives us his view of this year's competition


RSC's digital Dream not the hoped for 'rare vision'

RSC's digital Dream not the hoped for 'rare vision'

RSC's digital Dream not the hoped for 'rare vision'

Could this cutting-edge digital homage to A Midsummer Night's Dream impress the Herald reviewer? (No, not so much.)


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More