FULL CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR SHEFFIELD THEATRES’ MAJOR REVIVAL OF GITHA SOWERBY’S RUTHERFORD AND SON CRUCIBLE A Sheffield Theatres Production RUTHERFORD AND SON By Githa Sowerby 8 – 23 February 2019 Director: Caroline Steinbeis; Designer: Lucy Osborne; Lighting Designer: Johanna Town Composer: Oliver Vibrans; Sound Designer: Nick Greenhill; Casting Director: Vicky Richardson Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres, Robert Hastie, today announces the full casting […]

Strictly 2018 winner Kevin Burns The Floor in York

Kevin Clifton in BURN THE FLOOR with Graziano Di Prima The winner of 2018 Strictly Come Dancing and Strictly favourite, Kevin Clifton, is set to BURN THE FLOOR in 2019…. BBC Strictly Come Dancing winner, Kevin Clifton, is set to headline the World’s leading Ballroom dance show, BURN THE FLOOR, when it tours the UK in 2019.  The ever […]

Broadway and West End stars Jose Llana and Annalene Beechey to star in UK Tour of ‘The King And I’

DIRECT FROM THE LONDON PALLADIUM SOLD OUT SEASON ANNOUNCING THE 2019/2020 UK TOUR STARRING JOSE LLANA Direct from Broadway as The King ANNALENE BEECHEY From the West End as Anna The Lincoln Center Theater production of RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S Winner of Four Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival Music by RICHARD RODGERS Book and Lyrics […]

Jack and the Beanstalk Review

Bridlington Spa – until Sunday 6th January 2019 Review by Zoe Lawton 5***** Bridlington Spa have managed to pull out all the stops and put on a wonderful family friendly panto, and also attract some well-known names too Marina Sirtis from Star Trek: The Next Generation fame takes on the role of Empathic Fairy, and […]

A Christmas Carol Review

Arts Theatre – until 12th January 2019 Reviewed by Claire Roderick 4**** Simon Callow was born for this. Watching his bravura performance in this one-man rendition of A Christmas Carol is as satisfying and cosy as a big warm hug. Perfect entertainment for a cold Winter’s night. The joy and energy Callow brings to the […]

Finding Home Review

Canada Water Theatre, London – 13 December 2018 Reviewed by Antonia Hebbert 4**** Early on in Cecilia Knapp’s one-person performance, she describes cycling along a towpath by a London canal. And there’s a sense of the steady rhythms of cycling throughout this show, as Knapp carries us back into childhood memories, through great trauma and […]