JASON DONOVAN TO PLAY SAM PHILLIPS IN THE SMASH HIT MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET AT THEATRE ROYAL MON 6 – SAT 11 MAR 2017

Million Dollar Quartet the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical and West End smash hit is to embark on its first ever UK Tour starring Jason Donovan as ‘Father of Rock and Roll’ Sam Phillips.   Inspired by the true story of the famed recording session where Sam Phillips, the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll” brought together […]

“Ferris & Milnes – Christmas Cracker!” to play The Ambassadors Theatre, 13 December 2016

“FERRIS & MILNES – CHRISTMAS CRACKER!”TO PLAY THE AMBASSADORS THEATRE ON 13 DECEMBER 2016DEBUT WEST END SHOW FOR THE DOUBLE ACT Musical comedy double act Dominic Ferris and Martin Milnes will perform their debut West End show “Ferris & Milnes – Christmas Cracker!” at the Ambassadors Theatre on Tuesday 13 December 2016. The fun-packed Christmas variety […]

NEW CAST ANNOUNCED – Richard O’Briens Rocky Horror Show – Leeds Grand Theatre

NEW CAST ANNOUNCED FOR RICHARD O’BRIEN’S ROCKY HORROR SHOW AT LEEDS GRAND THEATRE   STARRING CHARLIE CONDOU & PAUL CATTERMOLE The Rocky Horror Show has announced a glittering cast when they visit Leeds Grand Theatre this Halloween for one week only from Monday 31st October to Saturday 5th November 2016. Returning to the show to […]

SEARCH IS ON FOR YOUNG ACTORS FOR SHEFFIELD THEATRES’ CHRISTMAS PRODUCTION OF ANNIE GET YOUR GUN

SEARCH IS ON FOR YOUNG ACTORS FOR SHEFFIELD THEATRES’ CHRISTMAS PRODUCTION OF ANNIE GET YOUR GUN Sheffield Theatres are searching for three exceptional young local performers to appear in their whip crackin’ Christmas musical, Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun, which runs from Thursday 8 December – Saturday 14 January at the Crucible.   Producers […]

Desire Caught by the Tail Review

Bread and Roses 17 – 20 AugustV22 Gallery 21 AugustBow Arts 25 – 26 AugustReviewed by Claire Roderick Award-winning company LUXE’s production of Pablo Picasso’s Desire Caught by the Tail is a curate’s egg of a piece. A curiosity rather than a thing of beauty. Picasso’s play is absurd, surreal and has no discernible plot. […]