REVIEW: ‘The Worst Witch’, Birmingham Hippodrome

Mildred Hubble is an ordinary girl. That is, until she accidentally finds herself at Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches. Now in her final year, Mildred and her friends embark on their most important adventure yet, one that will save, not just the Academy, but the whole world. Based on the series of children’s books of … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘The Worst Witch’, Birmingham Hippodrome

REVIEW: ’10 Soldiers’, Birmingham Hippodrome

In 2008, choreographer Rosie Kay spent time with the 4th Battalion The Rifles, where she watched and partook in full battle exercises, and visited the National Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre. Her experiences led to the creation of award-winning,five-star work, ‘5 Soldiers’. Since the piece’s premiere in April 2010, the work has now expanded for a … Continue reading REVIEW: ’10 Soldiers’, Birmingham Hippodrome

REVIEW: ‘Duet for One’, The Attic Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

“Music… is the purest expression of humanity that there is. It’s magic… Now I will pour my magic into others, who will make my sounds for me".   Stephanie Abrahams has it all. A glittering career as a world-class violinist. A handsome and successful husband, dubbed 'the greatest composer of his age'.   When she … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Duet for One’, The Attic Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon