Hear What Audiences Are Saying About The Sisterhood
Since opening in B2 last week, our new production of Molière’s The Sisterhood has been attracting some fantastic feedback from audiences and critics alike. Relocated in time from the 17th century to Paris, France during the late 1980s, The Sisterhood is acclaimed playwright and translator, Ranjit Bolt’s hilariously-observed adaptation of Les Femmes Savantes and features all the hallmarks of a classic 17th century comedy including punchy put downs, larger-than-life characters and Molière’s own, unique brand of wicked wit!
Here are just a few of the reviews we’ve received for the show so far. Plus, click on the gallery icon to your right to view a selection of production shots from the show, complete with 80s-inspired costume and set.
‘A ‘must-see’ show’ Coventry Telegraph
‘A hugely enjoyable farce’ The Reviews Hub
‘Sharp, elegant, intellectual and funny. This is a great way to spend a dark February evening.’ Love Midlands Theatre
‘Fast and funny, comical and clever… a delicious evening of comedy and social commentary.’ William Stafford, Bum On A Seat Blog
Tickets for The Sisterhood are available now from the box office on 024 7655 3055 priced from £12 – £27 or via www.belgrade.co.uk where cheaper tickets are available.
For tickets, call the Belgrade Theatre Box Office on 024 7655 3055 or visit the website www.belgrade.co.uk where cheaper tickets are available.