Reviews

Anything Goes

Wayne Ings should be so pleased with this show: his young cast fully embrace every comedic notion, nuance and musical lilt in a buzzing score and bonkers story and script that just works  fantastically well on this stage at Eastleigh.…
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The Full Monty

Whether BBLOC’s reputation had gone before them or whether it was the opportunity to see half a dozen men whipping off their clothes I know not, but a capacity audience at Wednesday night’s opening performance whooped and cheered their way…
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The Importance of Being Earnest

The greatest compliment that can be paid to this production is that it does justice to one of the most popular plays in the canon. It allows all the brilliance of Wilde’s 1895 work to scintillate for the entertainment of…
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Quartet

When we are young, we believe that old age is something that happens to other people, erroneously assuming that we ourselves will remain the same for ever. Eventually, of course, we realise that there is no escape from the ageing…
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The Venetian Twins

Estranged identical twins, Zanetto and Tonino, are unlike each other in every way other than looks. When they both arrive in Verona on the same day, each seeking a bride-to-be, romantic entanglements soon become hopelessly confused. As their paths cross…
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Visitors

I don’t think it is sycophantic to say out loud that ImpAct Theatre produce some of the highest-quality theatre around these parts, and have been doing so for two decades or more. It’s a fact. So when I’m asked to…
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