I’ve never been to a live podcast recording before so I had a little trepidation going into Drunk Women Solving Crime, not knowing quite what to expect.
For fans who want to see the beloved film Dirty Dancing re-created faithfully on the stage, this is certainly the right performance to come and watch.
The Laundry explores some interesting themes around female relationships, all brought to life by a talented cast, but unfortunately it tries to take on too much, resulting in the characters and plot sadly feeling a little underdeveloped.
Abigail’s Party was quite ground-breaking in its day, with the incomparable Mike Leigh at the helm and Alison Steadman heading up the cast as Beverly, it made waves on screen and on stage. The production that is currently on UK tour keeps to the essentials that are familiar to those who have encountered the show before.
Chim chim charming: Practically perfect in every way, that’s Mary Poppins according to, well, Mary Poppins. She’s not wrong, though. The magical nanny really is rather wonderful.
Guest review by Charlie Tonner:
Bounce is different because it’s in a Bouncy Castle. I have never seen a show where you can bounce. I liked being able to jump.