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Cheryl Markosky

Cheryl Markosky

Hooked on theatre when a student usher at Theatre Calgary in her native Canada, Cheryl champions not only London's West End, but also regional venues. Splitting her time between London and Wiltshire, she believes she's lucky to pick up a number of shows given first runs at Theatre Royal Bath in the West Country. When not happily perched in the stalls, Cheryl writes about property and lifestyle for a number of newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times, Country Life, Tempus and Abode2. She's a member of The Society of Authors and London Writers' Club. 




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Posted: Dec. 9, 2020


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Posted: Oct. 22, 2020


BWW Review: OLEANNA, Theatre Royal Bath
December 9, 2020

Can a controversial production that was staged nearly 30 years ago still feel relevant today? The answer is a resounding yes.

BWW Review: BETRAYAL, Theatre Royal Bath
October 22, 2020

In the week that Dominic West appeared in a cringe-worthy “We’re still happily married” two-hander on the doorstep of his Wiltshire home with his deceived wife, the opening of Harold Pinter’s tale of betraying loved ones couldn’t be more timely.