The Show Goes On At The Lichfield Garrick as Jack and the Beanstalk announced as their 2020 bitesize panto.

Today it's been announced that the Lichfield Garrick pushes on with its 2020 Panto plans. While Peter Pan was originally penned to fly across the stage this year, it's announced the title will be changed to Jack and the Beanstalk to make the production financially viable. Sam Rabone is back this year in what's being... Continue Reading →

Theatres allowed to re-open with social distancing from this weekend

After being halted at the 11th hour a couple of weeks ago, Indoor Theatres have been given the green light to re open. While a socially distanced audience is simply not a viable financial model, there are some productions planned for the rest of the year that will welcome this news. This is by no... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Theodora Clarke, MP for Stafford, Regarding The Grave Situation Of Our Creative Industries

Dear Theodora,  I write to you today regarding the grave situation that our world renowned Arts Industry and the lack of support by your government. It is important that the health of the country comes first, but it is truly appalling the lack of urgency your government has shown towards a vital area of the... Continue Reading →

The Government Must Support UK Theatre

The arts industry continues to ramp up pressure on the government to save the theatre industry from being decimated by the COVID-19 crisis. The government broke its silence on the matter as Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden wrote in the Guardian this weekend that he knows  'this pandemic has dealt the arts a knockout blow' Dowden... Continue Reading →

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