“The mark of a really good show is that days later you are still laughing at the jokes and singing the songs – and over a day after seeing the show, I still am…. and eagerly awaiting next year’s offering.”
Sitting in the audience I could have believed I was in the West End – the singing, dancing, acting, costumes and setting all have that Wight Strollers high quality, and Sarah Scotcher should be very proud of her directing skills and of her team.
It would be hard to contemplate a February Half term without the annual Wight Strollers pantomime. It has become such a fixed point in the year for so many theatre goers (young and old) that no February would be complete without an injection of Strollers magic. I think before I begin my review it’s important to appreciate the…
Packed with irony, sarcasm, and featuring a talented cast and crew, this open-air production of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor is a first for Carisbrooke Castle.