Stomp

Stomp

Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre Review by Liz Turner It’s a global phenomenon that has been running for 23 years. Yet somehow I’d managed to miss it. What wasted years! Stomp lives up to every accolade I’ve heard or read. On the face of it, 100 minutes of banging on dustbins lids sounds well, interesting. But forget…

Thriller Live

Can you feel it? Well the audience at the Pavilion Theatre on Thursday night certainly could. The energy, passion, and talent that have made Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5 such musical legends came to life in front of us. This exceptionally talented cast’s enthusiasm was totally infectious and they had the audience up and dancing within 20 minutes.

The Mousetrap

The Mousetrap – Until 29 March 2014 Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for Arts Review by Janine Pulford Mum and I felt privileged to be invited to see The Mousetrap at Lighthouse during its first ever UK tour. This vintage drama by Agatha Christie is also the longest running show of any kind in the history of British…

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

Featuring The Uptown Hall Gang, Moonlight Serenaders and Glenn Miller Strings Lighthouse Poole 1 March 2014 Review by Janine Pulford Music evokes some of our strongest memories.  Whether it’s a love song or an orchestral piece, that sudden stirring of emotion takes you back to a happy place. For me, the music of Glenn Miller…

The Straits Live

The Straits

Regent Centre, Christchurch – 4 February 2014. The Straits made a Floyd-esque entrance with ‘Where do you think you’re going.’ It had everyone in the sell-out concert transfixed. The audience were glued and they stayed that way throughout the whole concert as all the best Dire Straits tracks burst into the Regent Centre in a professional blaze.