REVIEW: The IW Theatre Concert

Around 30 separate performances made up this very special and entertaining show, featuring a wide range of Islanders with two things in common – talent and residency on our lovely Island.

REVIEW: ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’ – Shorwell Drama Club

This pantomime kicks of my own festive season of theatre, with so many productions planned on the Isle of Wight we are very lucky to have a packed theatre schedule from December right through until February. Whether you fancy taking the family to a larger production or one of the community events there is something…

INTERVIEW: “Emily Scotcher and half-term panto fun!”

As February Half Term draws ever nearer, so too does The Wight Strollers annual pantomime. This year, it’s Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood, at Medina Theatre on 16th, 17th and 23rd February, and it looks like it’s going to be another fabulous show! IW Theatre caught up with their Robin, played by Emily Scotcher, to find out more…

REVIEW: ‘Cinderella’ – The Wight Strollers

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…

REVIEW: The Merry Wives of Windsor

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.