Autumn at City Varieties

    LEEDS LANDMARK VENUE HOSTS A VARIETY OF COMEDY, MUSIC AND CELEBS THIS AUTUMN   Al Murray***Lloyd Cole***Shappi Khorsandi***Divine Comedy***James Acaster*** ***Lesley Garrett***Chas & Dave***Gryff Rhys Jones We’re now halfway through the year which means it will be Autumn before we know it. But never fear for City Varieties Music Hall has tons of […]


FURTHER CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR THE ROYALE Jude Akuwidike, Franc Ashman and Martins Imhangbe join Nicholas Pinnock in the Bush Theatre’s knockout production of The RoyalePerformed at The Tabernacle, Notting HillDirected by Madani Younis, written by Marco RamirezRuns 3 to 26 November, 2016. Press night 8 November Jude Akuwudike, Franc Ashman and Martins Imhangbe will join […]

Liza Pulman: Everything’s Coming Up Roses – Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016

For One Week Only!  Liza will also be performing with Fascinating Aida 22-28th August. Highfield Productions and the Pleasance present Liza Pulman: Everything’s Coming Up Roses An expertly pruned show about flowers and all things green from songstress and comedienne Liza Pulman! 22 – 29 August 2016 at 2.30pm Cabaret Bar at the Pleasance Courtyard […]

Samantha Barks and Jonathan Bailey in THE LAST FIVE YEARS at St. James Theatre

Hilary and Stuart Williams in association with Paul Taylor-Mills present THE LAST FIVE YEARS WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY JASON ROBERT BROWN STARRING SAMANTHA BARKS AND JONATHAN BAILEY AT ST. JAMES THEATRE FROM FRIDAY 28 OCTOBER TO SATURDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2016     Tony Award-winning Broadway composer Jason Robert Brown will helm a new London production […]

Casting announced for RSC Shakespeares 2016

Casting announced for much acclaimed RSC productions of Love’s Labour’s Lost andMuch Ado About Nothing Edward Bennett returns as Berowne and Benedick and Lisa Dillon co-stars as Rosaline and Beatrice Most of the 22-strong original cast will be returning for runs at Theatre Royal Haymarket, Chichester Festival Theatre and Manchester Opera House The productions will […]

The Doctor In Spite Of Himself Review

Drayton Arms Theatre June 21 – July 13.  Reviewed by Claire Roderick As part of Bastille Festival, Exchange Theatre present a modern version of Molière’s rarely produced play. Playing alternately in French and English, the energetic company manage to gloss over the clunky 17th century attitudes towards wife beating and marriage with a deft comic […]