Glisten – 10 December 2019, Cast, Doncaster Review by Claire Chapman “As a theatre fan and mother of a three month old little girl, I was excited at the prospect of introducing my daughter to theatre this Christmas, whilst avoiding commercialism or the traditional pantomime, and Half Moon Theatre’s production “Glisten”, co-created by theatre-maker Daniel […]

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain – 3 December 2019, Sheffield City Hall Review by Claire Chapman. “I first came across the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain at the 2018 Underneath the Stars Festival when I thought my boyfriend was joking when he wanted to stay until the end of the day to see them. I […]

Top 12 shows to see in Sheffield this December Our equivalent of the 12 days of Christmas, these are our top 12 shows to see in Sheffield this December and anyone whose true love gives them tickets to all of these 12 are in for a very merry, and very busy festive season. As always […]

Bedroom Farce – 20 November 2019, Library Theatre, Sheffield Review by Artisan Friendly. “On a cold, wet and windy Wednesday evening, it’s a testament to the quality of the Deny’s Edward Players productions and the loyalty of their following that they are still able to draw in a large audience on the opening night of […]

Dry Wit – 19 November 2019, Theatre Deli, Sheffield Review by Daniel O’ Key. “Embarrassingly, entering a boozeless comedy gig sounded as appealing as entering car wash with no windows, but Dry Wit laid any concerns to rest. Organised by Drink Wise Age Well, the show was entertaining and surprisingly reassuring, reminding us that good […]

BFF – 14 November 2019, Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield Review by Daniel O’ Key. “Mary-Frances Doherty’s BFF is a fresh and bitingly relatable piece, tackling the themes of teenage friendship and the perils of social media, it is perfectly suited to her intended younger audience and beyond (this 25-year-old YouTube-addicted male can confirm). Doherty portrays the […]