A Grand Halloween

CELEBRATE A GOTH-TASTIC HALLOWEEN AT THE GOTHIC GRAND THEATRE Fishnets at the ready! The Rocky Horror Show is gearing up to hit Leeds next week when it opens at The Grand Theatre on Halloween for one week only. Bringing with it a glittering cast, startling costumes, lots of red lipstick and plenty of naughty bits, […]

Apocalypse Cruise Ship Love Affair Review

Above the Arts Theatre 25 – 29 October.  Reviewed by Claire Roderick Beach Comet have struck gold again with their new comedy B-musical Apocalypse Cruise Ship Love Affair. A more polished production than Vampire Hospital Waiting Room, this Edinburgh transfer is jam packed full of laughs and lunacy. Captain Bleufonde, obsessed with resurrecting his drowned […]

Rag Time Review

Charing Cross Theatre – 25 October 2016 In what must have been the most ridiculously hot theatre ever, Rag Time was a searingly hot and vibrant production. ‘Ragtime The Musical’ is based on a novel written by E. L. Doctorow in 1975. It first appeared in musical format in 1996 and has since won a […]

Isolation in the digital age in debut piece for new company at Theatre N16

Vantage Point present: THIS MIGHT BE ITDecember 4th – December 8th 2016, Theatre N16 New theatre collective Vantage Point come to Theatre N16 with their daring debut show This Might Be It this December. In this exciting new devised piece, the company explore physical and emotional isolation in the digital age. “It’s just something that’s […]

RICHMOND THEATRE: SHAKESPEARE REVIEW OPENING MONDAY 7 NOVEMBER

Comedy classic celebrates Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary with a new UK tour   THE SHAKESPEARE REVUE Based on the original Royal Shakespeare Company production   At Richmond Theatre from Monday 7 November – Saturday 12 November       The Shakespeare Revue, a comic concoction of hilarious sketches and show-stopping numbers written by comedy icons Victoria […]

FULL CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR PRINT ROOM AT THE CORONET’S THE TEMPEST

FULL CASTING ANNOUNCED FORPRINT ROOM AT THE CORONET’STHE TEMPEST  Kevin McMonagle and Charlotte Brimble to lead cast as Prospero and Miranda Further cast: Steven Beard, Callum Dixon, Paul Hamilton, Hugh John, Billy Seymour and Kristin Winters The cast will be supported by a community chorus Directed by Simon Usher, this production will mark the end […]