Tag: Scarborough


The Memory of Water (Tour - Stephen Joseph Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 30 Mar 2014 · Northeast

Nikolai Foster's production of Shelagh Stephenson's 2000 play has "wildly funny moments" but "leans towards the obvious"

Brief Encounter With ... Hull Truck's artistic director Mark Babych
By Ron Simpson · 13 Mar 2014 · Northeast

Mark Babych discusses his production of A Taste of Honey and the Hull Truck's current programme

An August Bank Holiday Lark (Tour - Viaduct Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 13 Mar 2014 · Northeast

Northern Broadsides' latest offering, An August Bank Holiday Lark, is a "unique" production "of enormous humanity and warmth".

Barrie Rutter on An August Bank Holiday Lark: 'I didn't want it to be a case of everyone goes to the trenches and dies'
By Ron Simpson · 19 Feb 2014 · Northeast

The artistic director of Northern Broadsides speaks to WhatsOnStage about the company's new production commemorating World War One

We Will Be Free! (Tour - Harrogate Theatre)
By Ron Simpson · 14 Feb 2014 · Northeast

Townsend Productions' story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs is both "vigorous and engaging"

Yorkshire dates for Townsend Productions' We Will Be Free!
By Ron Simpson · 12 Jan 2014 · Northeast

Following a hugely successful Edinburgh run, Townsend's Tolpuddle Martyrs play visits several Yorkshire venues.

The Schoolmistress (Scarborough)
By Ron Simpson · 19 Dec 2013 · Northeast

Following the "totally joyous" The Schoolmistress at Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre, Ron Simpson suggests a revival of further Arthur Wing Pinero works

Beauty and the Beast - A Space Adventure! (Scarborough)
By Ron Simpson · 5 Dec 2013 · Northeast

Scarborough's twist on the classic story at the Stephen Joseph Theatre is a "triumph of visual imagination"

Laughton (Scarborough)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 19 Oct 2013 · Northeast

An "intelligent, sympathetic and often amusing portrait" of Charles Laughton at the Stephen Joseph Theatre

Farcicals (Scarborough)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 6 Sep 2013 · Northeast
For an evening of uncomplicated enjoyment Farcicals is surprisingly difficult to assess. Firstly Alan Ayckbourn's insistence that there is no serious content at all invites sneering references ...

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