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A great performance by all and lots of performances by some of the actors. The production had humour as well as history and politics for all generations but especially poignant for those of us who survived the 80s.
This is a small and cosy theatre where you can see a vast range of fantastic amateur performances that never fail to please. I've visited many times and will continue to do so. It's a stones throw from Earlsdon High Street where we usually grab...More
Just been to yet another brilliant production at The Criterion. How lucky we are to have this theatre so close to home. Small, cosy, friendly and highly professional. A good bar, and great website for easy on line booking WITHOUT having to create a login!
A sudden urge on Friday night to see a live show on the Saturday resulted in an online search that resulted in a visit to this little hidden gem. The play was Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn, the actors were excellent and the play funny...More
This week I was fortunate to see Skellig at The Criterion in Earlsdon Coventry. Although I have been to this theatre before this was actually the first time I have seen a show. It was a great ensemble production and well directed. The play was...More
This is a wonderful little theatre with friendly staff! Last night we went to see A Tale of Two Cities, which was great! The acting was fantastic, and I was really glad I went. The set design and lighting we also brilliant. I only wish...More
If you are a theatre goer and enjoy quality, look no further than the Criterion theatre in Earlsdon. A small intimate venue but the plays that are performed are very varied and performed to a very high standard. The next play Tale of Two Cities...More