This review will consider Christopher Cutting's play, The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, directed originally by Anna Marshall, produced by Tobacco Tea Theatre Company and staged at White Bear Theatre. I will start with the mise-en-scène and the use of props. I felt that the props were extremely overused and cluttered the stage, particularly in... Continue Reading →


The Twilight Hour!

A review is on the way for The Twilight Hour, an evening of six new short plays from emerging playwrights, to be staged at the Canal Café Theatre. To book your tickets now, visit: https://canalcafetheatre.com/event?EventId=69908&spektrix_bounce=true Also, make sure you're following The Theatre Reviewer on Twitter to keep up-to-date with posts and reviews: @T_Reviewer

Information on Reviews

Review Requesters should remember that the reviews offered from The Theatre Reviewer are analytical reviews, not creative reviews. This means that it is the execution of the performance that is concentrated upon. I.E. These reviews will ask questions such as…among others: Was the performance effective and how? If characters are present, how well were they... Continue Reading →

Requesting a Review

You can request a review for a dance performance, musical, play, performance, showcase or rehearsed reading. If it is a live performance of any sort, a review can be requested from The Theatre Reviewer. To request a review, send the details of and poster for your performance(s) to: lee.james.broadwood@hotmail.com When you request a review, you... Continue Reading →

The Theatre Reviewer returns to England!

After having reviewed the theatres of Nantes, France, The Theatre Reviewer is back in England and ready to accept more review requests! A wonderful 26 review requests were sent in from Nantais theatres; however, as a lot of these reviews were requested to be made privately, only a few are available on this site. They... Continue Reading →

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