Croft House Theatre Company’s Sunset Boulevard – 19 March 2024, lyceum Theatre Review by Claire Taranaski. I could easily make my review three words long “elegant musical perfection” and happily end it there, but if you have clicked through to read a review you want more than that. As a regular musical theatre attender I […]

Sheffield University Theatre Company’s Why We Stay – 6 March 2024, Sheffield University Drama Studio Review by Claire Taranaski. Written and directed by SUTCo’s very own Darcey Severne, Why We Stay is an epic three hour horror that more established playwrights may have avoided, but would have struggled to be cut down, making you want […]

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 […]

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 […]