REVIEW: Busman’s Honeymoon at the Mill at Sonning Theatre

Dorothy L Sayers British literary creation of the aristocratic detective Lord Peter Wimsey should perhaps be as familiar to British TV and Theater audiences as Agatha Christie’s Poirot, but David Suchet’s masterful TV portrayal and completely countless film adaptations have eclipsed him. It is a very long time since the 1970s and Ian Carmichael’s radio … Read more

REVIEW: The House at Cold Hill at the Mill at Sonning

This is the fortieth anniversary of the Mill at Sonning and Sally Hughes’s program for the year reflects past successes in programming the unique dinner theater venue. Recent successes of the musical Top Hat and the delightful immersive show Still Life return later in the year, and Ray Cooney’s Funny Money is staged this autumn, … Read more