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Love Song – The Holt, Sheffield

Writer: John Kolvenbach Director: Charlie Kenber Designer: R.L.Wilson Reviewer: Charlotte Broadbent Kenber and Son's latest production of Love Song is being staged at The Holt, a converted warehouse-turned-cafe and creative space in Sheffield. For those not yet acquainted, Kenber and Son are a company comprising of director Charlie Kenber and multidisciplinary artist R.L.Wilson. They are passionate about staging work in ...

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Tom’s Midnight Garden – The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Based on the book by: Phillipa Pearce Director: Neal Foster Music: Jak Poore Reviewer: Nicole Evans Tom’s Midnight Garden is an entrancing book telling the simple, yet magical tale of Tom, a young boy who goes to stay with his aunt and uncle. While lying in bed one night he listens to the familiar sound of the clock chiming, but ...

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Tom’s Midnight Garden – Darlington Civic Theatre, Darlington

Adapted for the stage by David Wood Book: Phillipa Pearce Director: Neal Foster Reviewer: Mark Clegg Anyone who was lucky enough to see Birmingham Stage Company’s production of James and the Giant Peach last year will know to expect theatrical magic from this, their adaptation of another classic of children’s literature. Originally published in 1958, Phillipa Pearce’s story sees young ...

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Tom’s Midnight Garden – New Theatre, Cardiff

Writer: David Wood Music: Jak Poore Director: Neal Foster Reviewer: Lauren Anders Tom’s Midnight Garden is a thoroughly brilliant production sure to capture the imaginations of children just entering the world of theatre and take their parents back to their own childhoods. Originally written as a book by Philippa Pearce, this cleverly adapted production is encapsulating for children and adults ...

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Cymbeline – Drayton Theatre, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Antonio Ferrara Reviewer: Stephen Bates [rating:4.5] Neither tragic nor comic and only loosely a history play, this has become one of Shakespeare's least performed works and it is more than a little surprising to find it above a pub with a cast of only five. The Pistachio Choice company has already staged Pericles and now turns ...

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