Kerrie Nicholson

Kerrie Nicholson


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BWW Interview: Rebecca Lock Talks KISS ME, KATE at Sheffield CrucibleRebecca Lock Talks KISS ME, KATE at Sheffield Crucible
Posted: Nov. 21, 2018


BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Bristol Old Vic
Posted: Dec. 6, 2018


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BWW Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, Theatre Royal BathBWW Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, Theatre Royal Bath
Posted: Oct. 12, 2018


BWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD, Bristol HippodromeBWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD, Bristol Hippodrome
Posted: Jan. 10, 2018


BWW Review: A PASSAGE TO INDIA, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: A PASSAGE TO INDIA, Bristol Old Vic
Posted: Feb. 3, 2018


BWW Review: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE,  Bristol Old VicBWW Review: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, Bristol Old Vic
Posted: Apr. 18, 2018


Opinion: Reviewing With My DisabilityOpinion: Reviewing With My Disability
Posted: Aug. 22, 2018


BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Bristol Old Vic
December 6, 2018

True to their exciting form of challenging expectations with inventive adaptions, Bristol Old Vic's A Christmas Carol is a clever, witty and refreshing take on the beloved festive classic. At the heart of this production is the importance of rediscovering one's imagination and connecting with those you love, and how this changes perspective.

BWW Interview: Rebecca Lock Talks KISS ME, KATE at Sheffield CrucibleBWW Interview: Rebecca Lock Talks KISS ME, KATE at Sheffield Crucible
November 21, 2018

Rebecca Lock's previous work includesMamma Mia!,Avenue Q,Mary Poppins andHeathers The Musical.She's currently starring as Lilli Vanessi inKiss Me, Kate, beginning at Sheffield Crucible on 7 December.

BWW Interview: Mike Tweddle Talks BEAUTIFUL THING and Plans For Tobacco Factory TheatresBWW Interview: Mike Tweddle Talks BEAUTIFUL THING and Plans For Tobacco Factory Theatres
October 26, 2018

Two and a half years into his appointment, Artistic Director Mike Tweddle gives us an update on life at Bristol's Tobacco Factory Theatres.

BWW Review: BEAUTIFUL THING, Tobacco Factory TheatresBWW Review: BEAUTIFUL THING, Tobacco Factory Theatres
October 21, 2018

Premiering at London's Bush Theatre in 1993, and inspiring a film adaptation three years later that became a cult classic, Jonathan Harvey'sBeautiful Thing is currently playing at Bristol's Tobacco Factory Theatres. Set on a council estate during the 1990s, it explores the relationship between Jamie Gangel and his next door neighbour Ste, as they struggle to come to terms with their sexuality and face the prejudices of society.

BWW Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, Theatre Royal BathBWW Review: SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, Theatre Royal Bath
October 12, 2018

Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard's Oscar-winning Shakespeare in Love was first adapted for the stage in 2014, and hailed as a triumph on the West End. Four years on, a new production sets out on a UK tour, and proves a delight from start to end

BWW Review: TOUCHING THE VOID, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: TOUCHING THE VOID, Bristol Old Vic
September 19, 2018

Continuing their thrilling Year Of Change, Bristol Old Vic brings an epic tale of survival to the stage for the first time as Tom Morris directs a breathtakingly inventive adaptation of Touching the Void.

Opinion: Reviewing With My DisabilityOpinion: Reviewing With My Disability
August 22, 2018

Being a theatre critic is challenging, but I've noticed more and more frequently that being a theatre critic with the disability I have seems to be a more unique and difficult challenge

BWW Review: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE,  Bristol Old VicBWW Review: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, Bristol Old Vic
April 18, 2018

Tennessee Williams' 1947 classic A Streetcar Named Desire explores the visceral side of human nature: violence, desire, power, loneliness and guilt. Winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1948, it's been adapted multipletimes for stage and screen and is widely held as one of the greatest plays of the 20th century.

BWW Review: A PASSAGE TO INDIA, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: A PASSAGE TO INDIA, Bristol Old Vic
February 3, 2018

In a new UK tour currently playing at Bristol Old Vic, award-winning theatre company simple8 have joined forces with Northampton's Royal & Derngate to present Simon Dormandy's adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel A Passage to India.

BWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD, Bristol HippodromeBWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD, Bristol Hippodrome
January 10, 2018

Having enjoyed a wildly successful 2016 revival starring Glenn Close at the London Coliseum and a Broadway engagement in 2017, it seems fitting that Sunset Boulevard has embarked on a UK tour following a run at Leicester's Curve. With Artistic Director Nikolai Foster at the helm, this new production is a sleek, sophisticated and utterly riveting take on an Andrew Lloyd Webber classic.

BWW Review: TIGER BAY THE MUSICAL, Wales Millennium CentreBWW Review: TIGER BAY THE MUSICAL, Wales Millennium Centre
November 19, 2017

Having also played host to The Mandela Trilogy opera and new musical Only The Brave, it seems that the Wales Millennium Centre seems to be making a name for itself when it comes to mounting new productions. In its latest venture: Tiger Bay The Musical audiences are transported back to Cardiff in the 1900's, celebrating the heritage and events that shaped it into the city we know today, all woven together with a score by local composer Daf James and an array of Welsh talent in its cast.

BWW Review: JANE EYRE, Wales Millennium CentreBWW Review: JANE EYRE, Wales Millennium Centre
June 28, 2017

Originally staged at Bristol Old Vic in 2014, Jane Eyre then transferred to London's National Theatre and toured in 2015. Now on a new UK tour, this co-production shows Bronte's beloved classic magnificently refreshed and reinvented for the stage.

BWW Review: JULIUS CAESAR, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: JULIUS CAESAR, Bristol Old Vic
June 15, 2017

In this new production, Bristol Old Vic and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School demonstrate that inventive design and captivating young talent is a recipe for a bold, visceral retelling of Shakespeare's political tragedy Julius Caesar.

BWW Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, Theatre Royal BathBWW Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, Theatre Royal Bath
January 18, 2017

Premiering in 2013 at Regent's Park Open Air Theatreand following a revival in 2016, Simon Reade's production ofJane Austen's beloved novel directed by Deborah Bruce has headed out on a UK tour.

BWW Review: THE SNOW QUEEN, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: THE SNOW QUEEN, Bristol Old Vic
December 9, 2016

When taking a work as well-known as Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen to the stage, the challenge is how to adapt and present the material in such a way that feels new and exciting.