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Reviews - In The Club
"Brilliance Of Amateurs!"
By The Shropshire Star
Mad Cow Productions put on their opening night showing of raunchy comedy In The Club at Theatre Severn last night, which follows hapless MEP Philip Wardrobe (Keith Clements) enduring a particularly eventful day in his Strasbourg hotel room.
Written by award-winning dramatist Richard Bean, whose other plays include the West End and Broadway smash One Man Two Guvnors, the audience enjoyed a
Reviews - The Drowsy Chaperone
By An Audience Member
Reviews - The Drowsy Chaperone - Shropshire Star
"An older man sits alone in his armchair looking through his favourite records. When he pulls one out of its old paper sleeve and places it on the turntable, his lonely apartment is transformed into the stage for one of his favourite musicals. Dazzling smiles, fancy costumes and cheery show tunes burst forth and the performance of The Drowsy Chaperone begins.
The Drowsy Chaperone is being performed by Mad Cow Productions at The Theatre Severn's Walker Theatre. It offers audiences a taste of 1920's musicals within a comedy play. Robert Hinton, who plays 'the man in the chair' sits by the side of the stage interacting with the audience and narrating them through his favourite musical.
Theo Millward plays the character of Robert Martin, the musical's boy in love. He presents a cheeky chappie with a beaming toothpaste smile impressing all with his tap dancing skills. Leading lady Lauren Bellingham also shines as Janet Van De Graff.
Light relief was provided by Adolpho, played by James Pinches, who entertained the crowd with his Latin-lover accent and comical 'ladies-man' persona.
The two-act performance ran smoothly with a really professional feel, from the actors on stage as well as the musicians hidden behind the scenes."
Shropshire Star - Friday 20th April 2012
Reviews -Not Now Darling - Shrewsbury Mayor
We were delighted to welcome The Mayor of Shrewsbury and Atcham, Cllr Tony Durnell and his lovely wife Trish to the opening night of Not Now Darling.
Mad Cow regulars with or without "The chain" Tony was kind enough to write about us on his Mayoral blog.
To see what he said go to:
Reviews - The Producers
The new Mel Brookes Musical, Mad Cow Productions, Theatre Severn
By The Shropshire Star
Theatre Severn took on the true air of Broadway for three nights when Mad Cow Production’s latest venture triumphed on all levels.