Review: Crimes on the Nile at the Lichfield Garrick

Writer: Feargus Woods Dunlop Director: James Farrell New Old Friends tour their latest production in the Crimes series which continues to delight an audience with their quirky take on a whodunnit. Feargus Woods Dunlop writes the script and revisits the character of Artemis Arinae who decides to hop onboard a cruise down the river Nile.... Continue Reading →

Review: Crimes of the Christmas Pudding at the Lichfield Garrick

Writer: Feargus Woods Dunlop Director: Nel Crouch The Lichfield Garrick once more brings New Old Friends back to their studio this Christmas with their latest episode in their festive Crimes on series. Some say that threes a crowd but that's certainly not the case for this, which is a great evening of laugh out loud comedy.... Continue Reading →

Review: Dick Whittington at the Lichfield Garrick

Writer: Paul HendyDirector: Sam RaboneEvolution Pantomimes partners up with the Lichfield Garrick for the third year running and this time it seems the Garrick has handed the reigns firmly over to Evolution as Sam Rabone not only returns as the Dame, but also as Director. Paul Hendy's script contains all the elements you'd expect from a... Continue Reading →

Review: The Hired Man at the Lichfield Garrick, Lichfield

With this year being the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme and Lichfield being a stones throw away from the Pitts of Cannock Chase it's understandable why Tim Ford, Artistic Director of the Lichfield Garrick (who is also Director) chose the Hired Man as the first ever Community Musical to be staged at the Garrick.

Review: Jack and the Beanstalk at the Lichfield Garrick

Panto season is very much upon us and the Lichfield Garrick have produced a fun filled production for all the family. Set in the ‘Wild West Midlands’ the audience know that this production is going to be far from a typical retelling of one young guy, his beanstalk and his quest to slay the giant.

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