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Saturday Night Fever: Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Adaptation: Robert Stigwood &Bill Oakes Music &Lyrics: The Bee Gees Director: Ryan McBryde Choreographer: Andrew Wright Designer: Simon Kenny Reviewer: Callum Stott It’s 1976, Disco’s at its prime, and one young man takes to the dancefloor with one goal, to become the disco king. Inspired by the 1977 film of the same name, Saturday Night Fever tells the story of ...

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Saturday Night Fever – Theatre Royal, Glasgow

Adaptation: Robert Stigwood &Bill Oakes Music &Lyrics: The Bee Gees Director: Ryan McBryde Choreographer: Andrew Wright Designer: Simon Kenny Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys 1976, Brooklyn. Tony Manero, a 19 year old New Yorker with a dead-end job and an extraordinary talent, is desperate to see the world outside of his borough and the only way out is through dance. This Theatre ...

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Entertaining Mr Sloane – Civic Theatre, Chelmsford

Writer: Joe Orton Director: Michael Cabot Reviewer: Michael Gray Junk and rubbish; everything bar the kitchen sink piled up around the acting area – threatening to engulf these squalid characters – making a chaotic arena for the unsavoury shenanigans caused by the arrival of a footloose foundling in the bosom of this most dysfunctional of families. It also provides some ...

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6 Degrees Below the Horizon – Exeter Northcott Theatre

Directors: Andrew Quick and Pete Brooks Soundtrack: Hope &Social &Piotr Woycicki Reviewer: Joseph Leigh [Rating:2] imitating the dog (itd) produce an unusual performance in this internationally collaborative piece, utilising some impressive video and animation technologies to create a production that cannot truly be called cinema, nor can it be classed as simply theatre. The action is viewed on a cinematic ...

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Sleuth – The Watermill, Newbury

Writer: Anthony Shaffer Director: Jessica Swale Reviewer: Tom Finch [rating:3.5]   There’s something very fishy going on at The Watermill, Newbury at the moment. Anthony Shaffer’s psychological thriller is playing tricks on its audiences in more ways than one. It all starts innocently enough as prolific murder mystery writer Andrew Wyke finishes the final paragraph of his latest novel. Soon, ...

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