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Love’s Labour’s Lost – Festival Theatre, Chichester

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Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Bill Avenell For the press day, the two productions from the Royal Shakespeare Company at Chichester Theatre of Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing are presented one after the other. Whether Much Ado is indeed the lost Love’s Labour’s Won has been much debated but it is certainly an interesting experience ...

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The Rocky Horror Show – Theatre Royal, Norwich

Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show

Writer: Richard O’Brien Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Lu Greer By this point surely everyone must know the story of The Rocky Horror Show, right? Or at the very least, everybody knows that it's a catchy musical with transvestites in it, something about aliens, and every time it comes to town there seems to be a large gathering of strangely dressed ...

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The Rocky Horror Show – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Book, Music &Lyrics: Richard O'Brien Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys 1973 may be remembered for many things: the year VAT was introduced; Britain joined the EEC; the three day week came into force; Princess Anne married Captain Mark Phillips and a young, out of work New Zealand actor wrote The Rocky Horror Show. Richard O'Brien's groundbreaking work represented a ...

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The Rocky Horror Show – Milton Keynes Theatre

Writer: Richard O’Brien Music and Lyrics: Richard O’Brian and Richard Hartley Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer:Natasha Hegarty “Dirty, sexy and absolutely stunning” The Rocky Horror Show needs no introduction – sex, suspenders and a storyline that is completely ridiculous, but this current touring version is utterly stunning in more ways than one. The longevity of this show means things could end ...

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While the Sun Shines – Theatre Royal, Bath

Writer: Terence Rattigan Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Kris Hallett We have already had Noel Coward as part of this year's Bath Summer Season and now we have Terence Rattigan's almost forgotten While The Sun Shines. which with its farcical complications, ever-shifting emotional attachments and highly moneyed setting could be mistaken at first glance as something from the pen of the ...

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The Rocky Horror Show – Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Writer: Richard O'Brien Music and Lyrics: Richard O'Brian and Richard Hartley Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Ruth Jepson Give yourself over, to absolute pleasure! The Rocky Horror Show. Now well into its forties and showing no signs of slowing down for a second. By now, there can't be anything new to say about this cult classic rock and roll monster, but ...

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Rocky Horror Show – Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Book/Lyrics/Music: Richard O’Brien Director: Christopher Luscombe Choreographer: Nathan M Wright Reviewer:Dan English Despite debuting in 1973, Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show shows no sign of being caught in a Time Warp as it makes its stop at Dartford's Orchard Theatre. Christopher Luscombe's production sees innocent All-American couple Janet (Lauren Ingram) and Brad (Richard Meek) find themselves enter the debauched world ...

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Rocky Horror Show – Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent

Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show

Book/Lyrics/Music: Richard O’Brien Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Matthew Bagnall The Rocky Horror Show needs little introduction to most of us. Another revival of this 40 year old musical classic finds itself jumping all the way to the left to Stoke-on-Trent. Not much has changed in this latest adaptation but fans of the show will certainly take to the absurdity and ...

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