Church Hill Theatre
✭✭✭✭✩ Spiffing entertainment
Knowingly amusing and reassuringly filthy, Edinburgh People’s Theatre’s Dick Barton – Special Agent provides a breathlessly diverting evening at the Church Hill Theatre to Saturday.
✭✭✭✩✩ Patchy Fun
Musically strong, Edinburgh Music Theatre’s Boogie Nights has some excellent moments but overall is a somewhat uneven proposition.
There’s a great deal of fun to be had in Edinburgh People’s Theatre’s world premiere of Heading For A Wedding, an omnibus of adaptations of Moliere.
✭✭✭✭✩ A smooth operation
The Bohemians’ snappy and agile production of Grease fairly flies across the stage at the Church Hill, providing a great deal of deftness and dexterity allied to boisterous amusement.
✭✭✭✭✩ Dynamic musical premiere
Energetic, high-tempo and thrilling, the Edinburgh University Footlights’ Scottish premiere of In The Heights is a real treat.
✭✭✭✩✩ Beautifully traditional
Cheerful, traditional and heart-warming, Edinburgh People’s Theatre’s production of The Sleeping Beauty is a pantomime with the broadest possible appeal.
Accomplished and enjoyable, Balerno Theatre Company’s staging of A Christmas Carol – The Pantomime is an entertaining if ultimately somewhat patchy production.
Fun and frothy, there is little to deconstruct in Edinburgh G&S Society’s entertaining and distinctly slight production of The Sorcerer, which is at the Church Hill theatre to Saturday.
Edinburgh People’s Theatre’s revival of The Steamie, which plays at the Church Hill Theatre until Saturday, is thoroughly successful and very, very funny.
✭✭✭✩✩ Enjoyably ambitious
Consistent entertainment and a high level of skill mark out Allegro’s production of Sweet Charity at the Church Hill all this week, despite the occasional mis-step.