Category Archives: Reviews

Nunsense – The Mega Musical by Grayshott Stagers

The Grayshott Stagers’ latest production, Nunsense – The Mega Musical, is a show which does not immediately spring to mind.  Neither does the name of Dan Goggin who wrote the book, music and lyrics. Therefore, it was a surprise to learn that this musical ran for over 3,600 performances on Broadway in the 1980s! The […]

A Violin For All Seasons Review

Friday 26th of April’s performance given by Grayshott Concerts featuring Tasmin Little and the London Mozart Players in St Luke’s Church, Grayshott presented its large audience with an interesting programme.  It paired Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with a work by the talented composer, Roxanna Panufnik, called Four World Seasons.  This was commissioned by Tasmin Little and […]

Pantomime in Grayshott Style

This years Pantomime in Grayshott, the 27th by all accounts, pleasingly continued the now well established tradition of providing a unique Grayshott take on the traditional fairy story. This all starts with an original script and this years ‘Pluto and the Beast’, brilliantly written by Grayshott’s luvvy Diana Lovelock, was based on the classic story […]

The Clarinet Calls Review

The string players of the London Mozart Players gave an exciting concert on Friday 1st March in front of a packed audience in St Luke’s Church, organised by Grayshott Concerts.  The main work was Bartok’s Divertimento for Strings, written in August 1939.  This is generally a spirited, but difficult work.  The concentration of the performers […]