18 January 2023
Fagin's Last Hour by James Hyland
Actor James Hyland of Brother Wolf produced and performed a darkly captivating performance based on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.
3 January 2023
Review: Is &Juliet the musical worth seeing?
Over the past 3 years &Juliet has developed cult following in the west end, but with it's closure looming does this beloved show deserve its fate and should you see it before it closes its doors? Here's what I thought of this west end staple.
14 December 2022
A Christmas Carol - As Told By Jacob Marley (Deceased)
James Hyland from Brother Wolf adapts and performs A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens from the perspective of Jacob Marley, in a one-man show about regret, hope, love, and gratitude.
22 November 2022
The Phantom of the Opera (West End) - A review by Bobby Seymour
A review of the spectacular West End production of Andrew Lloyd Weber's The Phantom of the Opera.
2 November 2022
The thrilling tale of 'Dracula's Guest' by Brother Wolf
Ashton Spear and James Hyland bring a haunting Victorian horror story to life, contemplating death, revenge, morality, and spite.
29 August 2022
Lottie Plachett Took a Hatchet
The Lizzie Borden case gets a "camp comedy" makeover.
19 May 2022
Misogyny in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella re-imagines the folk tale, promoting female empowerment whilst also reversing back into misogyny.
14 June 2021
THE SHOW MUST GO ON! Live At The Palace Theatre
The Show Must Go On! concert spectacular was a resounding success celebrating the reopening of the West End – raising vital funds for theatre, supporting those working in the arts and delivering a show-tune treat for musical-loving fans worldwide
5 March 2020
Dear Evan Hansen review
A simplistic set initially raised concerns of an underwhelming performance, but the play balanced the basic design elements with acting skills that were second to none to create an unbelievable and memorable evening show.
11 January 2020 – 1 February 2020
MANIPULATE Festival Young Critics programme
If you live in Scotland and are interested in theatre and performance, find out more about this opportunity in February.
22 June 2019
Jack and the Beanstalk Pantomime Review
On Thursday 20th of December 2018, I attended the pantomime at Liverpool's Empire Theatre to watch 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. I was really looking forward to going, as I knew it would be a lot of fun, especially the costumes and scenery.
17 May 2019
All My Sons - the fallible American Dream
“There are certain men in the world who rather see everybody hung before they'll take blame.”
29 June 2017 – 29 August 2017
Looking for someone to review Edinburgh Fringe preview showing of 'Did I Choose These Shoes?' on at Theatre Utopia, Croydon.
After a whole year, Rhythm Theatre returns to Theatre Utopia to perform a reworked version of our spoken word and physical theatre show 'Did I Choose These Shoes?'. We are looking for someone to review the show on 30th July 5.30pm. Any reviewers will get a complimentary ticket to the show.
Our listing: http://www.matthewsyard.com/event/did-i-choose-the...
Please get email [email protected],com if you are interested.
7 November 2016
The Last Five Years at St. James Theatre
Together, Brown, Barks and Bailey create somewhat of a holy musical trinity, their combined talents making this production, undoubtedly, one of the most poignant 90 minutes I've watched on stage.
14 August 2016
The Road to Huntsville
An incredible show that will alter your perspective and make you question things you may never have questioned before
20 July 2016
A Midsummer Night's Dream: A Play for the Nation
RSC's touring, British golden age update of Shakespeare's classic hits the right notes, and has some unexpected subtitles.
30 May 2016
A Really Really Big Modern Telly
A hilarious comedy play that took on the ridiculousness of pop culture and modern life.
28 May 2016
The Devil Without
The Ethereal plane collides with reality in this suspenseful, church-set show.