A single flickering lantern situated centre stage is an
appropriately Gothic opening to the first London revival of Andrew Lloyd
Webber’s The Woman in White.
New York City, 1960.
Halfway through The Comedy About A Bank Robbery, I am laughing so much I have to take a moment to recompose.
A childhood spent watching Fred
and Ginger twirl Cheek to Cheek and Bing Crosby dream about a White
Christmas gave me a lifelong appreciation for musical theatre.
Diverse, curious and striking, Nederlands
Dans Theater 2’s 2016 Dance Consortium Tour showcases the company’s acclaimed
contemporary dance repertoire.
Northern Ballet’s 1984
begins with a literary act of rebellion: Tobias Batley’s Winston enters an
antique store and buys a blank diary.
It’s a Wednesday night in March and the
UK tour of Jersey Boys has reached its final destination: the Edinburgh Playhouse.
iconic opera Carmen is a dynamic, temperamental piece of theatre, with
condemned, complicated characters singing a rousing score against the sizzling
backdrop of Spain…
and iconic, warm-hearted and rebellious, Dean Pitchford’s Footloose remains
one of the most beloved of ‘80s’ teen films.
Guys & Dolls is
a renowned theatrical oxymoron, depicting the menacing underworld of gambling
gangsters via the melodic and cheerful medium of golden-age musical theatre.
In the opening sequence of the Scottish
Ballet’s Cinderella, a
young girl plants a single pink rose at her mother’s graveside.
with enchantment and wonder, Theresa Heskins’ adaptation of C S Lewis’s The
Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe lovingly translates the classic book from page to stage.
“Last night I
dreamt I went to Manderley again.
Famed for its stunning drumming and
percussion, Luke Cresswall and Steve McNicholas’ Stomp – which first premiered
on the 1991 Edinburgh Festival Fringe – combine…
His name might feature prominently in the title, but prolific Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti takes a back seat in this new production written by award-winning playwr…
A sweet, beguiling Shakespearean romance is skilfully reimagined against the backdrop of the Second World War in Youth Action Theatre (YAT)’s appealing production of All’s Well…
John Bunyan’s 1678 text The Pilgrim’s Progress is regarded as one of the most significant works of literature in the English Language.
John Steinbeck’s classic novella Of Mice and Men chronicles the unlikely and touching friendship between two ranch workers in pursuit of the American Dream during the Great Depre…
Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray is a tale ingrained in our cultural consciousness.
Strikingly staged, deftly acted and simultaneously hard-hitting and bitingly funny.
Cluedo Inc is an upbeat, farcical musical inspired by everyone’s favourite murder-mystery board game, Cluedo.
After We Danced depicts a love affair between two people, cut short before unexpectedly rekindling sixty years later, Love in the Time of Cholera-style.
One woman, one show, one hour ten minutes and the entire works of Jane Austen to affectionately satirise: New Zealand comedian Penny Ashton’s Promise and Promiscuity is no mean f…
In Madama Butterfly, Compagnie Nathalie Cornille Danse reimagines Puccini’s tragic 1904 opera as a short solo dance piece designed for children.
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