An alcohol fuelled, intoxicated musical adventure as Catholic girls find their wild side.
Stripped back Shakespeare that overplays its energy.
An astonishingly good take on the beloved character.
A gory, twisted modern freak show that is not for the faint hearted.
Add a few perms and shellsuits and you’ll think your back in the ’80s with this overblown recreation of a tired musical
Probably the darkest kids show doing the rounds this Christmas, but it’s also one of the best.
A quirky heroine leads this goofy, fun filled pantomime providing excellent family entertainment this christmas.
A neverending and self-indulgent mess almost saved by a talking cat.
Family fun in this hilarious, colourful adaptation of the popular animated feature film.
A melancholy undertone runs through this flashy children’s magic show that revels in its dark humour.
An energetic and visually stunning rendition of the classic novel, yet beyond the style, it lacks depth.
A silly but charming musical adaptation of the under-rated ’80s movie.
A broad, crowd-pleasing black comedy that fills the gap before panto season.
A droll, dreary murder mystery that feels older than its 60 years.
Slapstick comedy perfection in this spoof of a disastrous pantomime.
An invigorating theatrical experience that brings to life one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century.
A tonally awkward black comedy that benefits from amusing Sonny and Cher impressions.
A wacky but shaky ride through space with a fantastic rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack.
An intense, impeccably performed two-hander in this thematically rich play.
An overly ambitious attempt at tackling Peter Shaffer’s controversial play.
Grumpy old Irishman battles against modern society with this bitingly hilarious tirade.
A masterpiece of sweaty claustrophobia in this engaging return to the stage for the classic post-courtroom tale.
An enthusiastically boisterous take on Jonathan Larson’s rock musical from Edinburgh University Footlights.
A hypnotic performance from Czech dancer Andrea Miltnerova that bludgeons the audience with its physicality.