Hannah Chissick has managed to create a show in Flashdance which captures the flavour of the 1980s and the spirit of the original film, really focusing on the dancing element and celebrating it which makes it a joy to watch.
A stage revival of taut psychological thriller Strangers On a Train is now touring the country and this week it had opening night audiences at Woking’s packed New Victoria Theatre on the edge of their seats.
For those who like their thrillers with a massive twist, you won’t want to miss Strangers on a Train – despite the slightly clunkiness of the adaptation it has plenty to keep the audience gripped from beginning to end.
Ria Jones takes on the role of the narcissistic, fading Norma Desmond with masterful skill in the touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard, reviewed at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking.
The staging and costumes are stunning, with the colours and fabrics perfectly reflecting the magical dwellers of the sea and the hard solid land. Absolutely transporting the audience to the ethereal reflective underwater world.
Adapted from the original Monthy Python and the Holy Grail film that is considered to be one of the best Monty Python films, Spamalot really captures the spirit of the original film and the sheer madness of the plot and humour that goes down a treat with audiences.