Brief Encounter With ... David Lambert
By Editorial Staff · 20 Oct 2009 · Southeast
What is the Norwich Theatre Royal Actors' Company? How did it come about, and when? The company was set up under the umbrella of the Theatre Royal, Norwich about two years ago, with the intention of
Rain Man (tour – Norwich)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 20 Oct 2009 · Southeast
By now you probably all know that the character of Raymond, in the film and now play called Rain Man, is based on a real person with an extraordinary ability to memorise facts – a so-called ...
Dishing Up Shakespeare in Bury St Edmunds
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 20 Oct 2009 · Southeast
2010 isn’t very far away, and the Theatre Royal at Bury St Edmunds has announced its plans for the spring season. These include in-house productions as well as a varied programme of outside ...
Happy Jack (tour– Chelmsford)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 17 Oct 2009 · Southeast
It's quite a good test for both a play and a particular production of it when teenagers in the audience are as involved in the drama as their seniors. Especially when the play is ten years old, set ...
That Old Feeling (Sonning)
By Editorial Staff · 15 Oct 2009 · West End
Captivating, yet also with meaty themes, That Old Feeling at the Mill at Sonning has a wonderfully upbeat message, that even when you’re over 60, life can still hold great adventure. It’s a
Stepping Out (tour – Norwich)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 14 Oct 2009 · Southeast
It may be 25 years since the original production of Richard Harris's comedy with music Stepping Out, but the show has survived translation into other media to be re-created for this ...
Entertaining Angels (tour – Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 13 Oct 2009 · Southeast
The applause-garnering set is a warning. At first glance, it's realistic, even old-fashioned in the way it presents us with the exterior of one of those graciously proportioned, mellow-bricked ...
Egusi Soup (tour – Ipswich)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 9 Oct 2009 · Southeast
There's a real drama as well as fully three-dimensional characters in the play by Janice Okoh produced for a short East Anglian tour by Menagerie – which premiered it during this summer's Hotbed ...
The Winter's Tale (tour – Ipswich)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 8 Oct 2009 · Southeast
The concept behind Simon Godwin's production of The Winter's Tale in a collaborative production for Headlong and Schlanhaus is perfectly valid. The cast list and text have been discreetly ...
Moby Dick (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 7 Oct 2009 · Southeast
If what you want is a straightforward stage adaptation of a classic novel, then Jos Houben's take on Herman Melville's Moby-Dick for Spymonkey isn't for you. If on the other hand you're ...

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