HHTC’s Soho Cinders – 21 May 2024, Sheffield University Drama Studio Review by Claire Taranaski. Soho Cinders is an exciting modern musical that is perfectly brought to life by HHTC and should not be missed by musical fans who like a gritty but fun story that takes them on an emotional laugh out loud journey. […]

Totley Operatic and Dramatic Society’s Last Séance – 17 May 2024, St John’s Church Hall, Sheffield Review by Artisan Friendly. ‘Last Seance’ by Herb Hassler is a new play and playwright to me.  It is introduced by debut director, Claire Richardson in the programme notes as a ‘journey into the absurd world of fake séances, […]

Benjamin Kelm’s Far From Home Close To Love – 15 May 2024, Theatre Deli Sheffield Review by Claire Taranaski. I was lucky enough to recently be Benjamin Kelm’s first English language interview and even more lucky to be in the audience for his show last night, which transported the audience to his two years in […]

Ecclesall Theatre Company’s Run For Your Wife – 11 May 2024, Ecclesall Parish Hall Review by Louise Taylor. Ecclesall Theatre Company (ETC) are not afraid to take on vintage or retro plays and genres. Earlier this year I saw their production of Alan Ayckbourn’s “Table Manners” so I knew I was in for a treat […]

Interview – Heather Reynolds, Artistic Director of Kindred Spirits Theatre Company We recently discovered our former theatre reviewer Heather Reynolds has set up her own youth theatre company Kindred Spirits and were delighted to interview her to find out more. Q. We first came across you as the narrator in a production of Joseph & […]

Far Far Away Theatre’s The Rainbow Fish Musical – 5 May 2024, George Street Theatre Review by Claire Taranaski. Although I have been reviewing the wonderful family friendly Far Far Away Theatre company since their first show in 2018, and they only get better and better with each show, The Rainbow Fish is the first […]