Shakespeare in Love
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Shakespeare in Love

Shakespeare might be in love, but it was Christopher Marlowe who stole the show.  Shakespeare in Love – adapted from the Oscar winning movie – is brought to the stage at the Noël Coward Theatre. Through c...
Fat Man
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Fat Man

The ancient world’s saddest joke, Orpheus, is back to perform his tale again for the demanding audience of Greek gods and goddesses. In a mix of stand-up comedy and desperation, Orpheus recalls a modern Londo...
Desire and Pursuit
2.0★ ★

Desire and Pursuit

A trio of one-act plays must walk the fine line of having a unifying theme and not falling into the trap of redundancy. Unfortunately,Desire and Pursuit falls off this balance beam. The three plays are certainl...
Fashion Victim - The Musical
2.5★ ★ (★)

Fashion Victim: The Musical

Does Fashion Victim: The Musical rock the runway or does it trip and fall right on its face? (Insert over the top giggling and OMG-ing). Truth be told, it does a little of both. If the night was solely about ...
Archimedes’ Principle
2.0★ ★

Archimedes’ Principle

The media and its proliferation of stories of unspeakable horrors, missing children and an abundance of guns and death as led to a two – fold reaction: people are more aware of their surroundings, that evil c...
Secret Cinema 21
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Secret Cinema 21

Secret Cinema, once again, has proven that you can live in the movies if you want to. Now, as due to the whole ‘secret’ aspect I cannot address too much what of occurs during the evening, I will instead ...
The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith
3.0★ ★ ★

The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith

Primavera prides itself on rediscovering lost classics of the stage. However noble this venture might be for theatrical history, the rediscovered play must have some relevance to today’s audience to merit it...
Bitch Boxer
3.5★ ★ ★

Bitch Boxer

Women were allowed compete in boxing in the Olympics for the first time in 2012. Around the same time, writer, Charlotte Josephine, felt her individual femininity questioned by a patron at her work who told her...
Major Tom
3.5★ ★ ★

Major Tom

Any show that begins with walking in and petting a dog can only be a great time, right? Well that at least was the mindset I had after entering Major Tom and being greeted by the title character himself. This o...
How To Be Immortal
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

How To Be Immortal

Entering into a basement theater, set up like a café, a sense of comfort and connection is immediately established. A lone woman (Anna-Helena McLean) sits on the stage, playing a cello and occasionally singing...