Sardines, Telephones, Tax Avoiders, Axes, Whiskey, Flowers and more Sardines.
Theatre Royal Bath Productions present Felicity Kendal, Jonathan Coy, Matthew Kelly and Tracy-Ann Oberman in the fortieth anniversary production of one of the greatest British come…
Four women find themselves isolated, stuck on a small island during a company team-building weekend.
What starts off as a morning jog becomes quite the misadventure for Stick Man: a dog wants to play fetch with him, a swan builds a nest with him, and he even ends up on a fire! How…
It’s a Thursday afternoon, and I’m sat comfortably in the stalls of Brighton Theatre Royal amongst an absolute army of five-year-olds.
Liz Pichon is a legend in our house: she is the author adored by kids who wouldn’t otherwise pick up a book.
Guess Q’s back! The naughtiest puppets in town will be heading to a theatre near you as comedy musical Avenue Q returns next year to tour the UK with all of your favour…
Based on the smash DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar - The Musical follows all of your favourite crack-a-lackin’ friends as they escape from their home in New York’s C…
Who are history’s most powerful women? And how can their stories empower us all today? The brilliant Professor Mary Beard shows us who and how, and the wise and witty Natalie Hay…
Bill Kenwright’s production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a phenomenon! It’s been part of musical lovers’ lives for many years; combine that with a lovea…
This is the second time Michael Pennington has donned the crown of Lear and this time it’s a Lear clearly made for a 21st Century audience; cut down and pacey.
A classic piece of American literature and a popular text
for study in education, Of Mice and Men
was John Steinbeck’s first venture into writing a novella aimed for the stage.
The atmosphere on New Road was buzzing.
After watching End Of The Rainbow, what
I learnt most about Garland was the effect that she had on her audience.
The Herbal Bed is a cunning cloth-capped caper, skillfully shaped around a real life event in the summer of 1613.
efforts across England, Scotland and Wales have successfully showcased their
professionalism in the three thirty-minute performances of interpretative
Any production of The Perfect Murder, Peter James’ bestselling novella set in
Brighton, was always going to generate interest in its hometown.
Mike Bartlett’s beautifully worded imagining of a constitutional
crisis without a constitution invites us to witness the starkness of the Royal
Family stripped bare whilst presen…
Regarded by many as Noel
Coward at his best, this production is Director Tom Attenborough’s valiant
attempt at Coward’s classic Private Lives
and reignites the tempestuous r…
We can’t promise you won’t get wet! Super silliness, ridiculously funny, interaction and hot chocolate included! 2013 Latest Award Winners ‘Best Theatre Performance’, return wi…
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