CHARLIE PEACE – His Amazing Life and Astounding Legend – Stage Review

This is an entertaining, semi-musical melodrama portraying Victorian life around Victoriana themes with fairground style props, set design and costume, and tells of the exploits of real life villain, Charles (Charlie) Peace.  The agile and stupendously multi-talented, Peter Duncan stars in the title role, while Norman Pace (one half of comedy duo Hale and Pace) … More CHARLIE PEACE – His Amazing Life and Astounding Legend – Stage Review

Stage Review – Daytona

Playwright, Oliver Cotton has imposed a strict structure here and there is much substance to the story, but characterization fails to grab you. These three actors, each wholly established in their creative careers, provide the whole performance. They portray characters from European Jewish backgrounds, with each one possessing long term American citizenship. The Holocaust – … More Stage Review – Daytona

One Night in November – Stage Review

Agonizingly steeped in sadness, is this play, and I felt so heavy hearted while seeing it in Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre that I’ve been left feeling massively reflective. A love interest allows an occurring coincidence to link the story-line. A WWII code breaker, employed at Churchill’s Secret Intelligence Headquarters, Bletchley Park, becomes emotionally tied to a … More One Night in November – Stage Review