REVIEW: Frankenstein – The innovative & fresh approach combined with Loan’s fine leading performance makes this adaptation well worth a visit

Eilidh Loan as Mary Shelley in Frankenstein – Photo by Tommy Ga Ken Wan Venue: Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Performance Date: 02 March 2020 Star Rating: ★★★ Reviewer: Gemma Fincher There are precious few people who aren’t familiar with the infamous tale of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Adapted for stage and screen numerous times,...

REVIEW: La Voix: The UK’s Funniest Red Head – 2020 Tour

Venue: Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Performance Date: 29 February 2020 Star Rating: ★★★★★ Reviewer: Alexia Anderson Move over Prince Harry, there’s a new diva taking the “UK’s most treasured red-head” number one spot… She’s back! With a sell-out first night of this brand-new tour, international star La Voix brings the house down. Dazzling the audience...

REVIEW: Moscow City Ballet presents Sleeping Beauty

Moscow City Ballet presents Sleeping Beauty - Image: Contributed Venue: Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Performance Date: 31 January 2020 Star Rating: ★★ Reviewer: Alexia Anderson The music of Russian composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky is some of the best-known of the romantic era. Having lived a troubled life, his compositions have a stunningly introspective way about them....

INTERVIEW – Frankenstein writer Rona Munro on her brilliant new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Gothic masterpiece

Eilidh Loan as Mary Shelley in Frankenstein - Photo by Tommy Ga Ken Wan Rona Munro has written extensively for stage, radio, film, and television, Her recent theatre credits include Lucy Barton adapted from the novel by Elizabeth Strout and performed by Laura Linney at The Bridge theatre London in...

REVIEW: Beauty & The Beast – with a sensational cast, this panto classic is a roaring success

La Voix and ensemble in Beauty and the Beast at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Venue: Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Performance Date: 10 December 2019 Star Rating: ★★★★ Reviewer: Alexia Anderson When we think of panto, we think of fabulous costumes, hilarious mishaps and a Kenneth Williams-worthy amount of double entendres. We think of bright lights, cheesy...