The Messiah
This is a hilarious, side splittingly funny production. I didn’t leave the theatre with any new insights into life, nor dramatic moments to ponder on, but I came out refreshed, happy, and with a sore stomach from laughing.

macbeth
His Majesty’s Theatre was packed for the performance of one of Shakeapeare’s darkest tragedies, Macbeth, a psychological study in the devastating effect of a misplaced ambition.

Othello
While some of Shakespeare’s tragedies deal with politics, court matters or the lives of kings and queens, Othello is a story that operates on a very tangible level with the emotions of love, jealousy, prejudice and revenge.

BadGirls?
Through song and spoken word, the audience gets to know the three characters and their dark secrets.

The Importance of Being Earnest
The late Victorian architecture of the Old Mill, with its impressive high ceilings and wooden staircases, proffers an ideal atmosphere for Wilde’s play.

The Goat
At a fast 90 minutes, Edward Albee’s The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia? is an intense and confronting drama about a family falling apart.

The Crucible
Black Swan Theatre Company portrayed very well the lack of understanding and in some ways, the gullibility of the people at this time.

Closer
Patrick Marber’s Closer is a story of love and loss and the meaning of relationships. Four characters intertwined in contemporary London.