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Not dreaming but being


Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, Monday 13th June, 2016


Richard O’Brien’s cult camp classic is doing the rounds again in this exuberant production.  I’ve been a devotee for decades and I’m sure I would have enjoyed the show on its own merits were it not for the actions of one of America’s inexhaustible supply of gun-toting shitheads.  515 more words

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Review: Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show at the Orchard Theatre

I have to confess something… until last night, I was a Rocky Horror virgin. Richard O’Brien’s classic musical is not so much a stage show as a phenomenon with a life of its own, and seeing it for the first time feels a bit like stumbling into a club of which you’re not a member. 403 more words


PREVIEW: The Rocky Horror Show, New Victoria Theatre

Richard O’Brien’s cult classic arrives at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking from the 27th June to the 2nd July. 

Ever since it originally appeared at the Royal Court Theatre in 1973, Richard O’Brien’s Rock N’ Roll musical has gone on to become one of the most popular beloved in musical history. 245 more words


Rocky Horror Show ~ Malvern Theatres ~ Touring

It’s just a jump to the left… we all know The Time Warp, many of us knew the hit tune before we knew where it originated from. 418 more words


NEWS: Casting confirmed for Rocky Horror at the King's

Since its first appearance at the Royal Court Theatre in June 1973, Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show has become the world’s favourite Rock N’ Roll musical. 456 more words


REVIEW: The Rocky Horror Show drags up and brings the house down in Sunderland

As the bedazzled, dragged up punters filed into the Empire Theatre, I couldn’t help but feel a little underdressed. A shirt, jeans and an overcoat not does a… 474 more words


The Rocky Horror Show. Liverpool Empire Review

Head over to Love Horror and check out my latest theatre review of the UK tour of The Rocky Horror Show. Its the long-standing, essential cult rock & roll musical that pays homage to Sci-Fi B-Movies and is all about embracing your true self. 28 more words

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