REVIEW: Dinosaur World Live at the Floral Pavilion

Dinosaur World Live is a real treat for young dinosaur fans. It is only one hour…

REVIEW: L J Boden’s ‘By a Thread’

L J Boden’s ‘By a Thread’ is a rollercoaster tale of the life of a young…

REVIEW: Agatha Christie’s ‘A Murder is Announced’

The great thing about Agatha Christie is that she was so darn prolific, penning some 80…

REVIEW: The Mysterines – Reeling

Released on Friday, the debut album by local band The Mysterines is a dramatic and explosive…

REVIEW: Beauty & the Beast at The Floral Pavilion

It’s panto season again. Oh no it isn’t! Oh yes it is! If you’re looking for…

REVIEW: The Manchester Collective – Heavy Metal at Future Yard

I didn’t know really what to expect from this performance. The blurb promised “Big percussion, live…

REVIEW – MonoNeon at Future Yard

Last Friday, MonoNeon performed a funktastic gig in front of a voracious capacity crowd at Birkenhead’s…

REVIEW – Jesus Christ Superstar joyous, tragic, bitter, biting, and fabulous

What’s the buzz? I’ll tell you what’s a-happening: HAWK’s long-awaited, Covid-postponed production of Jesus Christ Superstar…

Veteran Strictly star and judge-in-waiting, Anton Du Beke, brings some much-missed ballroom bling to the Floral Pavilion

“Prospero’s Daughter” went to see Anton du Beke and Giovanni Pernice’s “Him & Me” show at…

REVIEW: The Irregulars – Not your regular Sherlock Holmes tale

For the first in an occasional series of reviews, ‘Prospero’s Daughter’ takes a look at Netflix’s…