HBT’s creatives have produced a crowd-pleasing evening of some well-known rock songs, and their commitment to such a genre is evident throughout.
Politics aside, there is a great variety of humour – from sexist digs, quick wit to slapstick comedy – with surely a joke for everyone.
The entire cast of the production delivered a wonderful array of performances which gave the dark tale a vitality not perhaps evident in the original story.
If you watch only one more thing this term, let it be this.
Side-splittingly funny, there’s a reason the Durham Revue troupe are A-listers on the Durham comedy scene. See their next show at your own peril; the ridiculous amount you will laugh may be of a legitimate health concern.
Audiences can undoubtedly expect to fall in love with the gritty, earthy sounds of an alternative voice, and to enjoy a whole range of popular ‘80s bangers.
The Bloody Chamber, Angela Carter’s revision of the Bluebeard myth, is infamous for its controversial exploration of the marriage of a young girl to the older, debauched Marquis.