The show is more of a natural extension of The Corries rather than just a tribute to the band, as the songs and stories are always evolving. From the song collections of Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott to the much more modern Green Fields of France, The Sorries' setlist cannot fail to impress.EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: ALL SHOOK UP, Rose Theatre @ Gilded Balloon August 7, 2019
As the alternate Aldonza/Dulcinea, Cassidy Janson would be forgiven for feeling a little out of place amongst the otherwise established company. On the contrary, Janson brings the feisty Scottish (why is she Scottish?) waitress to life, giving the drama a much-needed burst of energy.BWW Review: FAUST, Royal Opera House April 12, 2019
Bruno Ravella sparks new magic into David McVicar's production, refreshing the feel of the piece whilst ensuring its original spark is retained. Although the fifth revival of McVicar's take on the classic, Ravella ensures that the original text is delivered to ensure the story is allowed to speak for itself.BWW Review: COMPANY: THE COMPLETE REVISED BOOK AND LYRICS March 26, 2019
As far as play texts go, Company jumps off the page from the word go - carefully crafted and delicately complied, to result in a magic mixture of New York grit and Broadway schmaltz. It's a delight to read.BWW Review: SIX THE MUSICAL, Arts Theatre, March 5, 2019
They say that history is written by the victors. Though the ill-fated wives of Henry VIII may not seem to come out on top in your average history textbook, Six The Musical proves that there are two sides to every story - and this time, it's the women who are doing the talking.BWW Review: JERSEY BOYS, Edinburgh Playhouse February 21, 2019
For any fan of the Four Seasons, the story that Jersey Boys tells is unmissable. For those who don't know that they are fans yet, a night at the theatre is the conversion that they need.BWW Review: A BEAUTIFUL NOISE, Lyric Theatre February 12, 2019
He's penned some of the greatest hits of the 20th century and is revered the world over. Now, the legendary music of Neil Diamond is brought to life on a West End stage for a night you won't forget.