Reviews

‘Sons of Paradise’ A new play by Alice Collins

“The central character is ‘Charles’, the sole surviver of WW1, Sean Glenn gives a most compelling, flawless performance as Charles.” The Telegraph

“Action moves between past & present as Charles (a tour-de-force by Sean Glenn) remembers the horror of the trenches. While the subject is sad,it’s peppered with touches of humour by Charles personality as a lovable, proud old man.” The Star

’1940s Blitz Variety Show’

“It was my pleasure to attend this patriotic show. After the air raid warning & Churchill speech singers, Sean Glenn & Caroline Fields opened with ‘Land of Hope & Glory’ plus splendid singing of many war time favourites. The funny man, Peter Wallis, was spot on with his gags. This superb cast were enjoyed by all the audience.” The Stage

‘Jack & the Beanstalk’

“Playing both Fleshcreep & the Giant was Sean Glenn. A great actor, he also wrote the script & produced the show.” Geoff Mellor, The Stage

‘Magic of the Music Hall’

“Tenor Sean Glenn came on with his strong, soaring voice, electrifying in it’s impact. A full house loved every minute of this show, result a 100% standing ovation” Roger Holmes, The Stage

‘On Tour With Aladdin’

“When he hit upon the idea, a few years ago, of devising a panto that could tour clubs, community centre and so on, Sean Glenn perhaps didn’t quite realise just what a winner he’d got, and the project has grown year by year. Sean Glenn himself makes a truly wicked and believable Abanazar, and there’s a stirring sword fight. Was it a success? it most certainly was.” Roger Holmes, Oakwell’s Spotlight

‘Mother Goose’

“Hats of to the Stage Door actors. They travel across vast swathes of the north & midlands, whatever the weather, giving children their first taste on pantomime. Audience involvement and sweetly timed routines, both traditional and new, are key elements in their shows.Their jokes and japes soon get the shyest youngsters giggling.” Kevin Berry , The Stage

‘Robinson Crusoe’, Doncaster Civic

“Every tried and tested stock tradition from the world of panto was incorporated in this show and yet it was presented with a refreshing vitality. The combination of slapstick humour, lavish costumes, grand sets and dazzling special effects provided a suitable showcase for a keen and convincing cast. Sean Glenn, script writer and director, showed considerable stage presence as Dick Deadeye – the villain everyone loved to hate.” Doncaster Star