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2015 - NODA Review: Me and My Girl

Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society Me and My Girl Musical Reviewed by: Trevor Guest Friday 6 March 2015 Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Producer/Director: John Jones Musical Director: Chris Passey Choreographer: Cheryl Skidmore An ever popular and highly entertaining feel good show, excellently performed by KODS and thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. No matter how many times [...]

2014 - Shuttle Review: Stepping Out

From The Kidderminster Shuttle September 18th 2014 Tap dance comedy performed to perfection REVIEW: Stepping Out – Rose Theatre, Kidderminster INSPIRED casting ensured the success of Richard Harris’s popular comedy, which was previously performed by the society in 2003. The story tells of a group of ladies, and one man, learning to tap dance, many [...]

2014 - NODA Review: Stepping Out

Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society Stepping Out Play Reviewed by: Trevor Guest Friday 12 September 2014 Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Producer/Director: Pat Scully Choreographer: Kathryn Knight Stepping Out is a comedy about a beginner’s tap dance class. The play is around thirty years old but this production came up fresh as a Daisy. The group of [...]

2014 - Shuttle Review: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

From The Kidderminster Shuttle July 3rd 2014 WOW! What a fabulous evening at the theatre. This wonderful show was given a most enthusiastic makeover by the youngsters of Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Youth Section, under the direction of Doug Forrester, local singing star Russell Painter as MD and Kathryn Knight, choreographer. As expected, young Daniel [...]

2014 - NODA Review: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Youth Society Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Musical Reviewed by: Trevor Guest Friday 27 June 2014 Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Producer/Director: Doug Forrester Musical Director: Russell Painter Choreographer: Kathryn Knight This retelling of the biblical story about Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours was fantastic  fun and [...]

2014 - Shuttle Review: Summer Holiday

From The Kidderminster Shuttle March 13th 2014 What a fun evening! For people of my age, this lively show is full of nostalgia, with all those old Cliff Richard hits, and a double decker bus. There were many musical highlights, but my favourites were Dancing Shoes, Do You Wanna Dance and Living Doll (I know, [...]

2014 - NODA Review: Summer Holiday

Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society Summer Holiday Musical Reviewed by: Trevor Guest Friday 7 March 2013 Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Worcestershire Producer/Director: Darren Richards Musical Director: Barry Hipkiss Choreographer: Cheryl Skidmore Summer Holiday set in the 1960’s is a vehicle for the songs of Cliff Richard and The Shadows and has been adapted from the film [...]

2013 - Shuttle Review: Bedroom Farce

From The Kidderminster Shuttle September 26th 2013 ALAN Ayckbourn fans could not fail to have enjoyed this version of his popular play, the inspired casting being a major contributor to its success. Who else by Charles Combes could have played the part of Ernest, worrying about his leaking roof, eating pilchards in bed and reading [...]

2013 - NODA Review: Bedroom Farce

Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society Bedroom Farce Farce Reviewed by: Trevor Guest Friday 28 June 2013 Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Worcestershire Producer/Director: John Jones A talented cast of eight performed this Ayckbourn farce, skilfully directed by John Jones, delighted the audience bringing laughter and enjoyment in these austere times. The synopsis was short and succinct – [...]

2013 - NODA Review: Bugsy Malone

Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Youth Section Bugsy Malone Musical Reviewed by: Trevor Guest Friday 28 June 2013 Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Worcestershire Producer/Director: Jill Parmenter Musical Director: Russell Painter Choreographer: Molly Parmenter Around thirty or so youngsters on stage with some of them playing two or three roles engaged the audience from the opening gang massacre [...]

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