Depot (Colchester)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 24 Sep 2009 · Southeast
It is helpful of the Mercury Theatre to provide the patrons of Depot, the theatre's site-specific, multi-media promenade performance as part of GiFT (the town's cultural initiative), with a ...
Fatal Encounter (tour – Stevenage)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 24 Sep 2009 · Southeast
There's mileage in listing the professions most likely to be followed by murderers in well-plotted thrillers. Especially those of that master-craftsman in the genre Francis Durbridge. Fatal Encount
Opportunity beckons for Les Misérables
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 24 Sep 2009 · Southeast
It’s still some four months away, but Norwich is already busy with plans for the next major musical to come to the Theatre Royal. This is the 25th anniversary production of Les Misérables, ...
Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall (tour-Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 22 Sep 2009 · Southeast
War being generally agreed to be hell, mankind has devised several ways to dekiver it as purgatory if not actual heaven. One of these is humour and, in the contest for the title of Second World War ...
Important Revival Opens in Watford
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 22 Sep 2009 · Southeast
A major new production of Charlotte Keatley's 1987 success My Mother Said I Never Should opens at the Palace Theatre, Watford on Tuesday 29 September with previews from this Thursday (24 ...
Separate Tables (Chichester)
By Editorial Staff · 18 Sep 2009 · West End
Watching Separate Tables it’s easy to see why Terrence Rattigan fell out of fashion after the “angry young man” wave. The dissection of upper-class pretensions didn’t si
The Hypochondriac (tour-Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 17 Sep 2009 · Southeast
Syllabic metre, especially the alexandrine of French 17th century theatre, has never felt entirely comfortable on the English-speaking stage – pantomime, prologues and epilogues apart. But that&...
Pools Paradise (tour – Stevenage)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 16 Sep 2009 · Southeast
It was certainly the time before the Beatles' first LP, when Lady Chatterley peeped more brazenly from behind the closet door and when misdeeds or scandals were to be found on the front pages of ...
Brief Encounter with Steve Brown
By Editorial Staff · 15 Sep 2009 · Southeast
How did you come to write the musical It's a Wonderful Life? Indeed, it was a tough job but somebody had to do it. My first staged musical, based on the novel Elmer Gantry was on at the Gate Theatre ...
Key Openings in the South-East This Fortnight
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 14 Sep 2009 · Southeast
OPENING 15 September. It’s a Wonderful Life is the new musical by Steve Brown and Francis Matthews at the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, based on the classic film of the same name which ...

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