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Theatre Royal Windsor: Mon 12th Nov - Sat 17th Nov more

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Theatre Royal Windsor: Mon 5 to Sat 10 Nov more

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A Toto-tally fun production for all the family! more

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3 STARS: "A nostalgic celebration of simple storytelling set in a world without screens" more

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It will have you dancing in your seat! more

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The legendary Tom Conti will be starring alongside Jenny Seagrove in Roy Marsdon's Brief Encounter On Air this week. more

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5 STARS, April 30 – May 5. This musical about the comeback King of Rock and Roll could change the mind of even the most cold-hearted Elvis sceptic, says Alice Cairns more

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Matt Austin

4 STARS, Feb 28 – March 3. A fun-packed and inventive production which lampoons theatrical clichés, says Alice Cairns more

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5 STARS for a brilliant play, expertly portrayed by a superb cast. Grab a ticket if you can, advises Jackie Bryans more

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Pamela Raith

4.5 STARS, August 14-19. Dreamboats and Petticoats is a delightful musical romp through Rock 'n' Roll that provides an enjoyable escape to a bygone era. Guaranteed to inject audiences with a feel-good factor, says Jackie Bryans more

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4 STARS, August 8-13. An entertaining evening of humour and custard pies, performed with a charm and charisma that belies the cast's young age, says Sally Simmons more

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Amy Skillman

3 STARS, July 4-8. Jackie Bryans enjoys a delightful escape to rural Cornwall in a play that pulls at the heartstrings more

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3 STARS, 20-24 June. A ‘perfect’ murder devilishly delivered by Windsor’s own summer repertory company, bringing to life Frederick Knott’s classic Dial M for Murder more

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4 STARS, June 12-17. There are three defining adjectives that sum up this production: god, sex and rock 'n' roll, says Claire Budhan more

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David John King

4 STARS, June 7-10. From the set design to the music – let Creative Cow Theatre Company transport you to Havana in 1958, says Zoe Kear more

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3 STARS, May 30 – June 3. A brave foray into the clandestine world of British Asian homosexuality that unearths sensitive issues, whilst maintaining a light-hearted approach and tinge of Bollywood sparkle, says Jackie Bryans more

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3 STARS, May 24-27. A stark view of opposing ends of the spectrum – ambivalence at its best! Love versus hate, good versus evil, and bluff versus double bluff, who knows? more

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4 STARS, May 17-20. Strictly Murder is a play that’s poised on a knife-edge, says Alice Cairns more

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4 STARS, May 1-6. “A man wearing a straightjacket can only be one of two things – a failed escapologist, or a madman.” more

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4.5 STARS, Gabriel comes to Windsor's Theatre Royal April 24-29 and Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud May 15-20. A gripping historical drama with strong performances from the entire cast, says Jonathan Lewis more

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