Theatre Royal

Three Men in a Boat (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 9 Sep 2014

A couple of years ago, this three-hander dramatisation of the Jerome K Jerome classic in a basic – almost minimalist staging – had a thoroughly enjoyable and successful tour.

Tannhäuser (Norwich)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 29 Jul 2014

The second of the two Wagner productions brought by Theater Freiburg to Norwich proves musically to be the equal of "Parsifal".

Persuasion (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 26 Jul 2014

The Italians have a name for this genre – pasticcio. It signifies a confection of music by many different composers (easy enough to do in those copyright-free days) harnessed to an original plot.

Parsifal (Norwich)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 24 Jul 2014

The brief season by Theater Freiburg at the Theatre Royal, Norwich opens with Wagner's "Parsifal". Right from its première it has proved problematic to stage.

Dates announced for Bodyguard tour
By Editorial Staff · 23 Jul 2014

The screen-to-stage show embarks on a two-year UK and Ireland tour from February

King Lear (tour – Bury St Edmunds)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 9 Jul 2014

Last year's production of "King Lear" by Shakespeare's Globe is once more on its travels. A short UK tour then takes Bill Buckhurst's compressed staging to the USA after a brief season on the South Bank.

Two-hander Pride and Prejudice set for UK tour
By Rebecca Donn · 8 Jul 2014

A new adaptation of the classic novel will be touring the UK this autumn

S (Norfolk & Norwich Festival)
By Wilf Arasaratnam · 20 May 2014

Another UK première at this year's Norfolk and Norwich Festival is the latest work from Circa, called simply "S"

A Number (York Theatre Royal)
By Dan Meyers · 8 May 2014

George and Niall Costigan bring their real-life relationship to the parts of father and son in Caryl Churchill's A Number

Lost Boy Racer to get world premiere in Huddersfield
By Ron Simpson · 6 May 2014

As Yorkshire gears up for Le Tour de France Grand Départ 2014, the Lawrence Batley Theatre are on of the first to get in the saddle.