Evita

  EVITA King’s Theatre, Glasgow Until: Saturday 15th June 2013 Performance Reviewed: Tuesday 4th June 2013 Rating: * * * * http://www.theatreinscotland.co.uk/front/2013/06/review-evita-2/ It is a big call to make as a theatre reviewer, to claim that a particular play is the best you have ever seen; but Bob Tomson and Bill Kenwright’s Evita is just... Continue Reading →

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Goodnight Mister Tom

King’s Theatre, Glasgow Until Saturday 6 April Performance Reviewed: Tuesday 2 April Rating: * * * * Michelle Magorian’s Goodnight Mister Tom has become a worldwide literary success since its publication in 1981. Fuelled by its own success of uniting the generations within its audiences and so vividly portraying human emotion in its most raw... Continue Reading →

Melbourne Fringe Festival

10 Things I Know About You It was hard to believe he could top last year’s performance, Pieces of Mind, but 23 year old qualified psychology student turned entertainer, Simon Taylor, has done it again! Whilst last year, Pieces of Mind, used mind games to teach audiences how to trick themselves into feeling happier, educated... Continue Reading →

Melbourne International Jazz Festival

JOE CHINDAMO TRIO (AUS) Internationally renowned for seducing his audiences around the world with his inimitable style and noted as being Australia’s premier jazz pianist and composer, multi-award winning Joe Chindamo is a master of interpreting standards and inventing mesmerizing original works. Having fashioned an impressive and highly successful solo career, Chindamo is also credited... Continue Reading →

Pieces of Mind: Simon Taylor

Humorous, edifying, literally amazing: words that accurately and succinctly describe Pieces of Mind. This summation alone however is not quite enough to cut the review-mustard, so I will continue. One only needs to read the official press release for Simon Taylor’s Pieces of Mind to be hooked. Promoted as being a 60 minute performance that... Continue Reading →

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