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 →
Six, a concert celebrating female empowerment centred around the wives of Henry VIII that took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm and hasn't looked back since. With the help of its Queendom, it's rocked the West End, Broadway, a UK tour, and is even soon set to rock Hampton Court this summer. With numerous five star... Continue Reading →
Writer: Deborah McAndrew Director: Conrad Nelson Nestled deep in the old industrial heart of Stoke on Trent lies the regenerated Spode factory and inside Claybody Theatre brings their latest locally based drama Hot Lane. Set in Burslem, Edith (Emily Pithon) returns after mysteriously fleeing the city. Alongside Ediths reasons for returning Deborah McAndrew weaves in and out... Continue Reading →
Writer: Dario Fo Adaptation: Deborah McAndrew Director: Conrad Nelson Northern Broadsides have never been ones to shy away from the audience it aims to represent and this new adaptation of Dario Fo's Don't Pay? Won't Pay? is no different. This is a stimulating farce that packs a punch and inspires a debate. Moving the setting... 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.
2018 marks 100 years since the first women won the right to vote. Playhouse Creatures launches a season of work celebrating the anniversary and what an enriching corker it is.
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.