Let’s not forget the Wardrobe Department. As Maureen says, “the costumes maketh the play…”
The emphasis here is on the word ‘Team’. Our amateur theatre production teams on the Island, are indeed Premier Division. Olly Fy introduces us to an all-star team, where the motto of ‘One for all, and all for one” really does apply.
“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.”
Olly’s performance was the foundation on which this play stood, and his performance was extremely strong: he was convincing, likeable and thoroughly commendable.
… played at every turn for laughs, this production was truly a breath of fresh air on a warm summer’s night, made all the more enjoyable by the setting …
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.
A look ahead to a production that features a wealth of local talent, faces well-known across the Island, drawn from a number of local companies and each bringing their skills, humour and style to the show to bring Shakespeare’s veritable feast of characters to life
“This show was quite possibly one of the best pantomimes I’ve ever seen…”
A Technicolored Extravaganza… On Saturday, I was lucky enough to watch the Wight Strollers production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It’s no secret that I’m slightly critical when it comes to this particular musical. After all, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has held a special place in my heart ever since I…
So Yesterday I was lucky enough to get to watch The Wight Strollers Annual Pantomime, which this year was ‘Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs’. The show was, as usual, in aid of local charities and was an absolute belter. Allow me now to review it for you. The show started with the continually excellent…