Free Theatre In Stratford Upon Avon This Summer

Did you know, during the summer month weekends, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s outdoor theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, The Dell, plays host to a range of lively productions that you can watch? Now in its 14th year, The Dell is situated on the banks of the River Avon in Avonbank Gardens, near Holy Trinity Church.  The performances... Continue Reading →

News: Ocean At The End Of The Lane UK Tour Announced

Its been announced today that the National Theatre’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean At The End Of The Lane will tour the UK from December 2022. The large 29 date tour includes: The Salford Lowry - 12th Dec to 7th Jan 2023Woking New Victoria Theatre - 24th Jan to 28th Jan 2023Leicester Curve -... Continue Reading →

New Les Mis Trailer and £10 Tickets!

Do you hear the people sing? Les Misérables is one of the staples of the West End, with the title being in London since 1985 and going through two different productions. From the original RSC and Cameron Mackintosh production, to the recent production by Cameron Mackintosh which debuted as the 25th Anniversary UK Tour it's... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Theatres in the UK for People with Hearing Loss

I'm keen to always ensure that theatre remains both affordable for everyone and also accessible for everyone. Hearing aid specialist, ReSound has recently complete research into the most popular UK theatres to discover which are the most accessible to thos visitors with hearing impairments, based on the facilities they provide. Venues were rated out of... Continue Reading →

News: First Ever Degree In Panto Launched By Staffordshire University

To mark Panto Day 2021 Staffordshire University has announced, in association with the Wilkes Academy of Performing Arts, they have launched the worlds first ever degree in Pantomime. The news comes with the backing of some of the the biggest names in the buisness. The masters degree, called The MA Contemporary Pantomime Practice, launches in September... Continue Reading →

Amazon Decides Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Should Only Be Screened Where There Are ‘Larger Queer Communities’

What should be a time for celebration, is turning more and more into a situation beyond belief than in 2021 I'm here writing this blog about a judgement made by a domineering company that stems in prejudice. The idea of Everybody's Talking About Jamie skipping cinemas is upsetting to say the least for many reasons.... Continue Reading →

Theatres, Please Stop Upselling Third Party Insurance And Instead Offer Free Exchanges To Regain Audience Confidence

Two days before theatres up and down the country are allowed to throw open their doors to full pre-covid capacity with, legally speaking, no restrictions they are releasing the rules they will follow to regain audience trust. Venues up and down the country are instructing people not to attend with covid symptoms, some such as... Continue Reading →

Stafford Gatehouse Announces Their Most Star Studded Panto So Far!

Panto season will be hear before you know it and the cast announcements are coming our thick and fast. Stafford Gatehouse is no different and is really pushing the boat out this year to plan what must be its most star studded panto yet! Maureen Nolan will star as the Evil Queen, West End Star... Continue Reading →

Stafford Gatehouse Marks Reopening With A Bright And Bold Refurbishment

Theatres up and down the country are throwing back open their doors and it's no different at the Stafford Gatehouse. However, over the last few weeks while the doors were firmly closed due to Coronavirus restrictions, the Theatre has been at work overhauling its front of house areas which now boldly showcases its local homegrown... Continue Reading →

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