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A Viennese Strauss Christmast Concert The Playhouse Weston Review 27th November 2016

The Viennese Strauss Christmas concert is a regular tradition at the Playhouse Weston as we discovered, packed to the rafters supported by an enthusiastic audience, some of whom were a sort of senior ...





Aladdin Review at the Playhouse Theatre Weston-super-Mare

   At last – Weston welcomes a traditional family pantomime aimed at all the family. The countdown to the Christmas season finally starts when you’re invited along to the lo...





Balmoral, Theatre Royal, Bath

   Balmoral, Theatre Royal, BathBalmoral, written by David Frayn, is an anarchic comedy stretching the boundaries of the wildest imagination. The revolution of 1917 didn’t happen...





Boeing Boeing, The Playhouse Theatre, Weston Super Mare

  When it comes to being assured a jolly good night out, with rib tickling laughter all the way through, there’s nothing better than a good old fashioned farce. Boeing Boeing written ...





Chicago Blues Brothers Motown Mission Playhouse Theatre Weston-Super-Mare Review

  Jake and Elwood are on the run again, this time on a Motown Mission to entertain with a high octane show featuring all the Motown music you know and love, plus hits from the 50s, 60s, and ...





Circus Of Horrors, Playhouse Theatre, Weston-Super-Mare

   The Circus of Horrors is not for the faint hearted, easily offended or those of a nervous disposition. It also has a staunch following, rather like the Rocky Horror Show, as we dis...





Jethro, The Playhouse Theatre, Weston Review 18th January 2017

  You can always tell when something is a sell out at The Playhouse in Weston as suddenly parking is at a premium and although we were wise virgins and arrived early, we had the last space i...





Jim Davidson and Richard Digance The Playhouse, Weston-Super-Mare

   The Playhouse was deservedly packed to capacity for Jim Davidson and Richard Digance proving that you don’t always have to be on television all the time to draw a capacity crow...







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