Message in a Bottle Monologues: Seven Deadly Sins – 22 February 2024, Theatre Deli, Sheffield  Review by Jacob Bush.  Message in a Bottle Monologues, an evening that is becoming a regular on the Sheffield theatre scene, returns to the Theatre Deli. As ever, this is a lovely showcase of talented local actors and writers. This […]

Sheffield University Theatre Company’s Five Lesbians Eating A Quiche – 21 February 2024, Sheffield University Drama Studio Review by Claire Taranaski. I seem to be having a fifties themed February, from Home, I’m Darling at the theatre last week to probably being one of the last to discover the Marvelous Mrs Maisel on television and, […]

W.E.A.D.S’s The Little Mermaid – Walkley Ebenezer Methodist Church, 15 February 2024 Review by Claire Taranaski. Having never reviewed W.E.A.D.S. before last night it was a lovely reminder that we should support community theatre companies and community pantos as not only are we likely to have a lovely evening but also discover some brilliant local […]

Midland Players’ Guards! Guards! – Sheffield University Drama Studio, 15 February 2024  Review by Jacob Bush.Midland Players, never one to avoid a challenge, have chosen to stage Terry Pratchett’s Guards! Guards! as their spring production this year. The company have done a good job at bringing to life what could be an epic fantastic on […]

Tudor Players’ Home, I’m Darling! – 13 February 2024, Sheffield Library Theatre Review by Claire Taranaski. A few years ago when Laura Wade’s five times Laurence Olivier Award nominated play Home, I’m Darling! was all the rage I resisted with the hope that Tudor Players would one day be the right Sheffield company to pull […]

Splinters Theatre Group’s Six: Teen Edition – 7 February 2024, Sheffield University Drama Studio Review by Claire Taranaski. It’s very rare that a musical completely blows me a way (the last time being the American Idiot musical last summer) but after seeing cast two (two casts are taking it in turns) perform Six: Teen Edition […]