COMING UP: Theatre Productions Across The UK in July and August

All eyes are on the West End at the moment and while I love a big London show, I wanted to highlight the many productions from right across the country that will be happening in July and August. This list is definitely not endless and so please do check your local venues and organisations and... Continue Reading →

Premiere Screening of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie To Take Place In San Francisco Next Month

It appears to have been announced that the film adaptation of Everybody's Talking About Jamie will be premiering during San Francisco Pride next month. A Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park has just placed tickets on sale for what has been billed as the first screening of the film that will be shown on June... Continue Reading →

Review: A Russian Doll at the Barn Theatre, Cirencester

Writer: Cat Goscovitch Director: Nicholas Kent The Barn Theatre's production of A Russian Doll is a harrowing insight and reflection on the Russian troll farms that operated in the EU referendum while it also explores the impact it had on those who were working for those farms and brings to question whether we're past the... Continue Reading →

Under 18s Go Free and £25 Tickets for Under 25s At The Woman In Black

The West End Prodution of The Woman In Black will be offering a free ticket for Under 18s for every full paying adult in the West End. It will also be offering £25 tickets for the West End and a selected number of venues across the UK. Due to reopen at the Fortune Theatre on... Continue Reading →

Review: Me & My Doll at the Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton (Online)

Writer & Director: Lucy Bird Director of Film & Editor: Neil Reading  What do you get when you bring together a person who has reached a glass ceiling in their career and whose only experience of romance is through a pile of rom com DVDs and also a rubber doll that comes to life? The... Continue Reading →

Review: An Elephant In The Garden by the Barn Theatre, Cirencester (Online)

Writer: Michael Morpurgo Adapter & Director: Simon Reade The Barn are no strangers to the work of Michael Morpurgo and An Elephant In The Garden is one of two more of his stories they will be sharing with everyone on their stage. This uplifting peice of storytelling manages to work with a challenging time in... Continue Reading →

Review: Cinderella by Panto Live (Online)

Writer: Tom Whalley Director: Charlotte Peters Last year, Panto Live produced their first pantomime online and this Easter they have remastered the Christmas production to help keep the family entertained at Easter. Using all the elements of a traditional panto with an added perk of the chance to take part, it's a fun fairytale adventure... Continue Reading →

Review: The Picture Of Dorian Gray (Digital Drama)

Based on the novel by: Oscar Wilde Adapter: Henry Filloux-Bennett Director: Tamara Harvey This new digital transformation springboards the classic Oscar Wilde novel into the 21st century by exploring the world of social media, influence and the effects they have on mental health Henry Filloux-Bennett takes the original book and reconceives it almost like a... Continue Reading →

The Secret Society of Leading Ladies (Stream) at the Barn Theatre, Cirencester

Concept & Creative Direction: Ryan Carter Musical Consultant: Leo Munby The Barn Theatre has been a beacon of innovative work during the pandemic and so it should be no surprise that this unique and clever experience is far from your standard concert. Putting you at the heart of the event, there are over 150 different... Continue Reading →

Peter Pan at the Barn Theatre, Cirencester (Live Stream)

Author: J.M.Barrie Adapted by: Alan Pollock Director: Kirk Jameson With so many different versions over the years, Peter Pan has become a festive staple across the country. This new production reigns in the story and strips it back to a compelling story with a beautiful heart. Alan Pollock's adaption of J.M.Barrie's original story is slick... Continue Reading →

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