Pantomime and Other Dames on Parade – Part One
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 27 Nov 2009 · Southeast
Christmas shows – like most things in life, whether theatrical or otherwise – come in many different guises. There are the traditional pantomimes, which can be lavish affairs from a specia
Through the Leaves (Colchester)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 22 Nov 2009 · Southeast
We are in small-town Germany eavesdropping on the lives of two of its small-time inhabitants. Martha is a single woman with an established, inherited butchery business (specialising in offal). She ...
Thrills and Thought-Provoking in Bury St Edmunds' Spring Season
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 17 Nov 2009 · Southeast
Full details of the 2010 spring season at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds have now announced. This is a theatre whose artistic director Colin Blumenau doesn’t believe in playing safe with his
Cast: Titmuss' Lady Macbeth, Girls, Dench Dream
By Theo Bosanquet · 16 Nov 2009 · West End
Glamour model-turned-actress Abi Titmuss will make her Shakespeare debut this week, playing Lady Macbeth in what's being billed as “the most ambitious production of the year”. Titmuss, w
Brief Encounter With ... Sue Lefton
By Editorial Staff · 13 Nov 2009 · Southeast
Why did you choose the Bergman version of A Doll's House for your latest production at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester? Because it is stripped down and to the point. How does Bergman’s adaptatio
Shakers (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 11 Nov 2009 · Southeast
Hull Truck opened the original version of Shakers by Jane Thornton and John Godber in January 1985. It was revised in 1991 and turned into a musical in 1996 but this version combines elements ...
Donovan Battles Kitten in War of the Worlds Arena
By Theo Bosanquet · 10 Nov 2009 · West End
Jason Donovan and Atomic Kitten's Liz McClarnon will lead the cast of a new European stadium tour of Jeff Wayne's musical version of HG Wells' sci-fi classic The War of the Worlds, which k
Nora (Colchester Mercury Theatre)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 10 Nov 2009 · Southeast
Making the past relevant to the present is always going to be a tricky operation. Making the present relate to the past is even more complicated. Ingmar Bergman’s adaptation of Ibsen’s
The Game of Murder (tour – Ilford)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 6 Nov 2009 · Southeast
There’s something reminiscent of the 19th century about Victor Leigh’s The Game of Murder. First produced in 1991, it’s supposed to be based on actual events, albeit ones whic
Fine Feathers on Sale for Fine Birds in Norwich
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 5 Nov 2009 · Southeast
We’re all used to pre-Christmas sales, but there’s a pretty unusual one on in Norwich this Friday and Saturday (6 and 7 November). The Theatre Royal has been weeding out its costume store which ...

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