Theatre Severn

31 Mar 2018
T.Rextasy Theatre Severn 31st March 2018 There was an excited air of anticipation as the full house of old T.rex-onians waited patiently for the curtain to rise and for them all to relive a little bit of their youth. Were they to be disappointed? The curtain rose and… is that a ghost we see before us? Has the real Marc Bolan and his band T.Rex turned up to whisk us to planet nostalgia? It sure...
22 Mar 2018
Shrewsbury Amateur Operatic Society Oliver Theatre Severn 21st -24th March 2018 Lionel Bart’s Oliver is without doubt one of the most popular (large cast) bits of Musical Theatre available to societies; and what a gift. In the right hands this show is a great fun singalong show that is so well known it is in all our psyches. Dickens draws his characters so beautifully and so completely, Bart...
13 Mar 2018
Son of a Preacher Man Theatre Severn Tuesday 13th to Saturday 17th March (with Matinees) If you are going to watch a show that contains nothing but Dusty Springfield songs you may be tempted to think that maybe somewhere along the line the show may include something about Dusty. Perhaps  about her early life  or maybe her time with the Springfields or her amazing solo career and untimely death in...
10 Mar 2018
The Barber Of Seville Swansea City Opera/Dinas Abertawe Theatre Severn 10/March/18 If there is one spectacle you should witness in your life iit should be Theatre Severn working full tilt to create a magical show. If you have already, you will know how wonderful it is to see the orchestra pit open and hearing  live music emitting from within, you will know how it is to see the stage full of...
06 Mar 2018
National Dance Company Wales/Cwni Dawns Cenedlaethol Cymru yn cyflwyno Terra Firma Theatre Severn 6/March/2018 It has been a while since National Dance Company Wales (NDCW) appeared at Theatre Severn but in their absence they clearly have been working hard travelling, creating, devising and dancing. Tonight’s show proved that this is a company to be reckoned with. This is a company so explosively...
01 Mar 2018
The Blues Band Theatre Severn 1st March 2018 If one was to ever talk about a band that is at the very top of their game and have been since 1979, you would be struggling to come up many names. One name you could come up with however and without doubt you would be right, would be The Blues Band. With the stunning vocals from not just Paul Jones but from Gary Fletcher, Dave Kelly and Tom Mc.Guiness...
25 Feb 2018
CBB Presents The Chicago Blues Brothers Theatre Severn 25/February/2018   One would imagine that at some time in your life you have become aware of the Blues Brothers?It is the wonderful cult film starring John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd. Undoubtedly one of the most important iconic and extremely funny films to come out  of the Nineteen Eighties. It observed all conventions of being an hilarious...
26 Jan 2018
Theatre Severn Vampire’s Rock Ghost Train Theatre Severn 25th January 2018 Well as the precursors to this show tells us, Steve Steinman has ramped up the vamp..more like ramped up the camp.  More of that later.  A pretty packed theatre had gathered to see how things had changed since we all saw them last in their Vampire Rock show. Imagine the scene: The centre stage is filled with a clever bit...
10 Nov 2017
Alexander O’Neal Theatre Severn November 10th 2017 Alexander O’Neal was about as apparent as the ham on a Vegetarian sandwich.  Selling the audience short, O’Neal did  around 10 minutes in the first half of his show. His backing singers, who will remain anonymous because O’Neal chose not to introduce them, filled the rest of the half. They chose a bland and prosaic medley whilst people debated...
27 Oct 2017
The ELO Experience Theatre Severn Friday October 27th A lot of tribute bands give themselves the accolade of being an experience. Some fall short of delivering that experience …some don’t! ELO Experience does exactly what it say on the tin. With a full band including a string section the ELO Experience played, sang and delivered the greatest tribute that Jeff Lynne and ELO could ever hope for....
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