One Man, Two Guvnors – 30 October 2019, Sheffield University Drama Studio Review by Callam Fellows. “One man working for two different people and having to keep it secret by hiding them from each other seems like a simple enough premise for a classic farce. However, add in an actor in search for a dramatic […]

Little Shop of Horrors – 22 October 2019, Theatre Deli, Sheffield. Review by Callam Fellows. “Little Shop of Horrors is a show that you can really sink your teeth into and it’s refreshing to see more done with this production by Southey Musical Theatre Company. The puppets were impressive, though the Act II puppeteer may […]

Work in Progress – 18 September 2019, Local Theatre, Sheffield We are massive fans of improvised and workplace comedy (anyone else miss “Drop The Dead Donkey” and “Whose Line Is It Anyway”?) so were delighted to send our reviewer Callam Fellows along to the opening night of Work in Progress Comedy’s new improvised comedy play. […]

The Importance of Being Earnest – 13 July 2019, Library Theatre, Sheffield Our reviewer Callam Fellows is having a packed weekend for the website reviewing two shows for us in 24 hours, but when the second company of the weekend, who we have supported from near the beginning, asked us to review their one night […]

Bullet & Bullet – 12 July 2019. Merlin Theatre, Sheffield We have supported Mage Plays since their very first production so were delighted to send our reviewer Callam Fellows along to review the opening night of their theatre take on the classic cop buddy film, promising angry chiefs, foreign drug barons and femme fatals. “When […]