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We visited last night to watch Summerseat Players production of Ken Ludwig’s Moon Over Buffalo.
We have seen a number of previous productions which we have thoroughly enjoyed so we went with high expectations and we were not disappointed.
The Theatre Royal is a great...More
Summerseat Players' current production of Goodnight Mr Tom is outstanding. The cast were excellent, particularly those playing the parts of Mr Tom, William and Zach. The production was faultless! It is hard to believe that this is an amateur group.
Well done to everyone involved...More
We go to see every play, such is the high standard of the plays put on by the Summerseat players. I have to say that Goodnight Mister Tom is my favourite so far. The cast were word perfect, the staging was inventive and seamlessly transformed...More
We went to this little theatre on Saturday night and what a great surprise we had. The Harold Pinter play was excellently acted. The acting was superb and the actors were word perfect. Amazing considering the amount of dialogue they had to learn. A truly...More
WOW, a truly outstanding performance from just four actors and an incredible amount of dialogue delivered faultlessly had us fully immersed in the story as it unfolded! The interaction between the two main character actors showed a brilliant chemistry, I hope to see all of...More
Regular visitors to the main stage at the Theatre Royal, we had our first visit to the Studio tonight to see The Shape of Things. It was superbly acted and the two main characters were outstanding. All four actors put so much emotion into their...More
Just back from a preview of Harvey at Summerseat.
The cast work well together. Their reactions to the big Pooka, along with some rather special effects, make it believable as the laughs which come naturally and are never forced.
I could almost see the elusive...More