9 to 5 the musical – it’s an office thing

9 to 5’s energetic all singing all dancing cast burst onto Glasgow King’s Theatre stage last…

Live review: “Frenetic teenage emotions are stirred up within those in the crowd…” in Romeo and Juliet

The Royal Shakespeare Company brought a sharp version of the tragic tale of teenage passion and…

It’s a post-apocalyptic Macbeth with beheadings and bloodiness to rival that of Game of Thrones…

You never forget your first Shakespeare soliloquy…if you’re partial to The Bard. And I am. Etched…

Warhorse is a beautifully choreographed, poignant peek at the toll of war on man & beast

Warhorse is a beautifully choreographed, poignant peek at the toll of war on man and beast.…

Evita – spiritual leader of the nation. Last night’s performance at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre

As with all icons and even family members and friends, the truth is sometimes glossed over…

Of Mice and Men is a slow burner heart-warming and heart-breaking tale during the time of the Great Depression…last night’s show review

Of Mice and Men is a slow burner heart-warming and heart-breaking tale during the time of…

People getting knocked out on stage, sound systems failing, audience members crying out at inappropriate moments…Lucie Jones reveals more on and off stage antics!

X Factor is a distant memory for the supremely talented Lucie Jones, who has been performing…

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

It’s a sensory overload for main character Christopher Boone as his logical, ordered, linear world of…

And you thought things were piling up on you…The Crucible last night

The Crucible is one of the greatest political dramas of our time. Its message remains as…

A tenacious girl who is determined to fight on for her freedom …last night at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal

A period drama set on a stage of scaffolding? It sounds like it shouldn’t quite make…

Natasha Barnes was enthralling as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl last night…

Natasha Barne’s role as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl is one of the best theatrical performances…

GREASE review – last night at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre

If you love High School Musical you’ll be interested to know that Grease is THE original…

Ghost the Musical held the same comedic tone as the film – last night at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre

“Molly – you in danger girl” was the line I was waiting to hear in Ghost…

The Woman in Black is darkening Glasgow’s King’s’ alcoves this week as part of a UK tour to celebrate its 27th year of terrorising theatre-goers.

The Woman in Black – review by Hannah Gunn Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of the 1983 novel…

The Commitments – a seriously soulful night at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal

The Commitments review by Susie Daniels It was a night of two halves. The amazing, show-stopping,…