Writer: Alan McHugh Director: Christian Patterson Sometimes you know what you're going to get from a story when you book to see a pantomime. However, that's not quite the case at the Regent Theatre. Christian Patterson and Jonathon Wilkes are well known faces around Stoke. So much so, there was a huge outcry when they... Continue Reading →
Writer: Derren Litten Director: Ed Curtis It was announced earlier this year that the hit sitcom Benidorm would be leaving our TV sets for good. However, don't fear as touring around the country is a fierce and hilariously fun live version of the TV Show featuring a brand new story, new characters while keeping its... Continue Reading →
Back on a UK Tour is a musical adaption of Dreamworks animation Shrek. A firm family favourite that is almost certain to draw a packed theatre and that is certainly true for press night at the Regent Theatre. With clever puppetry and funny characters, there is much to like about this production but there are areas that could develop to make it stand out.
The European premier has brought with it a fresh new take on the original broadway book by Gregory Boyd & Jack Murphy. Robert Hudson manages to piece together the story into a full filled musical adventure. Although it does lack dramatic tension and the beginning seems to take a while to become free, it's is full of fun and bright and vibrant characters.
After 18 Years in the West End and an international tour Mama Mia! Is spinning around the UK filling theatres with a pining audience wanting more.
Director: Paul Kerryson Musical Director: Ben Atkinson Writer: Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan Music: Mark Shaiman Lyrics: Scott Whittman and Marc Shaiman Following on from some of the speeches at the BAFTAs it couldn't be a better time to watch Hairspray. Set in the 1960s, it tells the story of Tracy as she follows her dream of... Continue Reading →
Arguably the National Theatre’s most successful production, One Man Two Guvnors is now on its 3rd tour around the UK. Based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, this production takes the audience on a whirlwind few days through the life of Francis Henshall as he takes on two jobs to feed himself after he was sacked from hisskiffle band.