REVIEW: Tiffins Buffet, Swindon

If I was stuck on a desert island and a genie suddenly appeared from a washed up bottle and granted me the traditional three...

REVIEW: Helen Browning’s Chop House

After our Night of the Ocelot, the team needed a little bit of TLC and we knew Helen Browning's Chop House would sort us...

REVIEW: I was Hooked by Peter Pan

Tuesday was the opening night of Wyvern Theatre's 2017 Panto, Peter Pan, and it got off to a flying start. The Wyvern Theatre was transformed...

REVIEW: Frank Turner at Swindon’s Level III

Frank Turner wrapped up Level III's final and sold-out show last weekend, joined by supporting acts Mike Barham and Seán McGowan. Saturday was an emotional night to...

REVIEW: Natalie Imbruglia at Oxford’s O2 Academy

By Jessica Derwent On Friday night I joined my mum at the O2 academy in Oxford to see the iconic singer-songwriter and Australian national treasure...

REVIEW: The Secret Garden

Last night was the re-launch of the Barn Theatre, Cirencester, with the critically acclaimed musical The Secret Garden. Having been to the Barn Theatre numerous times,...

The Killertones take Devizes

By Darren Worrow Small town live music scenes rarely take shape, but Devizes surprises with a sundry of settings and melodies. However, breaking the mould...

REVIEW: Beneath the Blue Rinse

We've all heard the saying that "youth is wasted on the young", but up until the weekend I hadn't fully appreciated the sentiment. Beneath the...

Review: One Minute at Cirencester’s Barn Theatre – “it did not disappoint”

After rave reviews from the Barn Theatre's last production, The Secret Garden, I was curious to see how their second would fare - it...

REVIEW: You Forgot the Mince

The last time I left the theatre completely overwhelmed was in 2014 after National Theatre's The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable. For their latest production...
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