• The Lady Vanishes | Review
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    The Lady Vanishes | Review

    I absolutely love The Classic Thriller Theatre Company productions! They always have such good casts, and you can guarantee yourself it’s going to be a good show, and last night wasn’t any different! The Lady Vanishes which is based on the Hitchcock classic and was…

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    Nigel Slater’s Toast | Review
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    Nigel Slater’s Toast | Review

    Last night I had the absolute pleasure of reviewing Nigel Slater’s Toast by Henry Filloux-Bennett at the Theatre Royal Brighton, where it runs until Saturday 2nd November 2019. The play recreates Nigel Slater’s bitter-sweet memoirs of growing up in 1960s suburban England, and tells the tale…

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    Matilda the Musical | Review
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    Matilda the Musical | Review

    I’m sure everyone has heard of Matilda? Whether it is the 1988 Roald Dahl book or the legendary 1996 film starring Danny DeVito and Pam Ferris, which was one of my favourite films going up as a child! And since 2011, Matilda “the Musical” has been…

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    A Woman of No Importance at Theatre Royal Brighton | Review
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    A Woman of No Importance at Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

    A Woman of No Importance is a play by Oscar Wilde, and premiered at London’s Haymarket Theatre back in 1893! You can always tell when a play is going to be good, if it’s that old and people still want to watch and theatres still…

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    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang | Theatre Royal Brighton
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    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang | Theatre Royal Brighton

    So, in my 28 years of living, I had never seen Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! That was until last night! Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was a 1968 musical adventure film, directed by Ken Hughes and written by Roald Dahl and Hughes, all about a magical car “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”. The film celebrated its…

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