Teetered on the edge of becoming Snore-shank Redemption
Sorry Brontë, I wanted to love you, I really did
A thoroughly entertaining, impressive and thought-provoking evening
I wish I could rock a leotard.
An all-inclusive, fun-loving, crowd-pleasing danceathon
Very well delivered and produced.
A deeply compelling tale with depth of character
Knee-high Theatre interpret a classic tale.
A truly excellent production
Norwich’s lady folk were singing all the way to the car park
A banging good family musical with a great cast and unforgettable songs
The new Jeff Koons exhibition at the Castle is stirring up a completely different conversation about art.
One not to miss at Norwich Theatre Royal
60's controversy at the Maddermarket
Tragic tale at the Theatre Royal
A classic tale of power, love and death at the Maddermarket
A stunning take on a tragic tale at the Theatre Royal
The Ghost Train pulls in to the Maddermarket..
A circus spectacular at the Theatre Royal
The Absence of War at Theatre Royal
I feel like I’m watching a period episode of Jeremy Kyle with a deadly edge.
I know I wasn't the only one who shed a tear at the end
Sid Sloane from CBeebies rocks out Pharrell’s Happy
This sadly fading art-form seemed to encapsulate the very nature of a 5-10 year olds creative mind
Come the climax, a lady in the front row nearly lost an eye.
Anarchy and madness spills from the stage and infects the audience from curtain up.
You try sleeping knowing tomorrow belongs to these vicious wee bastards.
My visual cup was overflowing with glistening pectorals and abdominals
The show was charmingly stupid and stupidly charming
He left us all surprised and cheering.
Drunk knights and power struggles, courtesy of the Bard.
The most magical, pretty ballet EVER.
From accidently almost sleeping with someone’s grandma to attempting a threesome in India...
For me it’s a great kickstart to what I want to do
The sparkly crowd went wild!
A note to the unwary – at one point Jazz happened.
BLIND is a one woman beatboxing theatre show that focuses on the things we hear in the world.
My irrational hatred of child actors was forgotten for one enjoyable evening.
This evening taught me that Holden Caulfield is no longer a teenager but now an OAP