REVIEW: ‘Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense’ – The Apollo Players

… the abiding memory taken away by all the audiences was of absolute hilarity. We were breathless with laughter as Peter Harris, as the very elderly butler Butterfield, tottered across the stage; as Bertie Wooster got almost inextricably entangled in his braces; as Jeeves morphed into Madeleine Bassett through the judicious use of a lampshade and a pink silk scarf … the list could go on!

REVIEW: Don’t Dress for Dinner – The Apollo Players

“The play is billed as a ‘side-splitting comedy’ and the audience which packed the Apollo on Saturday evening would not disagree with that – there was continual giggling punctuated with bursts of loud hilarity and at a couple of points, spontaneous applause during the performance.”

REVIEW: ‘Boeing Boeing’ – CAODS, Trinity Theatre

The entire team should be highly commended for their fantastic show. You can watch Boeing Boeing at Trinity Theatre on the 27th and 28th October at 7:30pm, and I would certainly encourage theatre goers to give this one a try.

REVIEW: The Ladykillers – Apollo Players

Apollo Players: The Ladykillers by Graham Linehan Right from the start, this play has a lot going for it: Graham Linehan is a gifted comedy writer, famous for creating such classics as ‘Black Books’, ‘The IT Crowd’ and ‘Father Ted’, so his rework of a classic Ealing comedy is sure to be a quality script….