1984 proves most unsatisfactory at Plymouth Theatre Royal.
A fantastic five-star cast gallantly resuscitating a creaky piece in Cats playing in Plymouth
The screen-to-stage show embarks on a two-year UK and Ireland tour from February
One Man Two Guvnors provides old school, knockabout farce at Plymouth Theatre Royal.
Three hours pass in a wave of 70's nostalgia in 20th Century Boy playing in Plymouth as part of its UK tour.
Karen Bussell on Thriller Live - schmaltzy but crowd pleasing stuff.
Karen Bussell finds Singin' in the Rain a truly immersive experience.
curious directive's The Kindness of Strangers , a play about the changing nature of the NHS is winningly worthy, and with an audience of just five at a time, is clearly not a commercial venture.
David Grindley's tight adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion is a staid, but gently amusing affair.
Happy Days - not!