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The Rocky Horror Show – Liverpool Empire

Rocky Horror Show - Diana Vickers (Janet) and Liam Tamne (Frank-N-Furter) in Bed

Book/Music/Lyrics: Richard O’Brien Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: John Roberts   The Rocky Horror Show isn’t known for its subtly, or its ability to stick to the strict code of conduct that theatregoers up and down the land have come to adhere too. Instead, this sexy, saucy and downright enjoyable musical takes those rules, sticks them firmly in its mouth (behave!) ...

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Rocky Horror Show – The New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show

Book, Music and Lyrics: Richard O’Brien Director:  Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: James Garrington Since it was first performed in 1973, The Rocky Horror Show has been one of those shows that people either love or hate, finding it either hilariously funny or unnecessarily rude. Very much a cult musical, the show tells the story of newly engaged couple Brad and Janet, ...

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The Rocky Horror Show – Opera House, Manchester

Rocky Horror Show - Diana Vickers (Janet) and Liam Tamne (Frank-N-Furter) in Bed

Book/Music/Lyrics: Richard O’Brien Director: Christopher Luscombe Reviewer: Lauren Maughan   Madness most definitely takes control in this fast paced musical bonanza. Fans of the original Rocky Horror Show, or any re-workings since, will not be disappointed by yet another adaptation of the popular hit. It’s a little bit outrageous, but a feelgood musical at the same time. It’s safe to say this show still rocks. ...

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CD REVIEW: The In-Between – A New Musical

Music/Lyrics/Producer: Laura Tisdall Reviewer: John Roberts [Rating:5] The In-Between wouldn’t look out of place as a TV mini-series on the sci-fi channel but for Composer/Lyricist/Producer Laura Tisdall there was only ever one medium that would work for her. Musical Theatre. The In-Between is the tale of the space between parallel worlds…The place where Flick Wimple not only re-evaluates her life, ...

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Departure Lounge – Waterloo East Theatre, London

Book, Music and Lyrics: Dougal Irvine Director: Pip Minnithorpe Choreographer: Cressida Carré Reviewer: Lauren Rare [rating:3.5] Walking into the tiny venue, the recently opened Waterloo East Theatre which is situated in a renovated railway arch-complete with rumbling trains overheard, the small stage was sparsely furnished. Four lonely plastic seats and two bilingual airport signs were the only props. The show ...

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