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Men of the World (tour – Cambridge)
Long-distance coach trips. Short-break holidays. Old-age pensioners. You get the picture, or you think you do. John Godber’s 2002 comedy Men of the World has been revived by Hull Truck fo
Alice in Wonderland (tour – Southampton)
Billed as a “spectacular Easter treat for young and old”, Russ Tunney’s adaptation of Alice in Wonderland at the Nuffield Theatre certainly delivers on its promise, though any
Latitude Announces More Theatre for 2010 Festival
Latitude Festival will be celebrating its fifth birthday in style this summer with the premiere of a newly commissioned collaboration between Sean Holmes, new artistic director of the Lyric ...
Laughter in the Rain (tour – Bromley)
With a whole host of juke-box style shows flying out the window, here comes the latest from producer Bill Kenwright. Laughter in The Rain is a non-stop tribute to the songs and the life of ...
The Glass Menagerie (tour – Watford)
This new production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie directed by Polly Teale is a bold one. It blends realism and symbolism in much the same proportions as does the script, Will
Teresa Ludovico on Teatro Kismet
Can you explain how Teatro Kismet came about?It was founded 30 years ago, at first as a company of young actors who had all trained with Carlo Formigoni, then in 1981 these young actors opened a ...
Cider With Rosie (tour)
Laurie Lee’s memoir Cider with Rosie is itself a patchwork, a hand-wrought quilt made up from comforting familiar fragments. For this dramatisation Daniel O’Brien (the nom-de-plume
Hi-de-Hi! (tour)
It was one of the television success stories of the 1980s and had an after-life as a stage show. Now the world of the 1950s holiday camp workers so gently satirised by Jimmy Perry and David Croft̵
Aylesbury Waterside Opens for Business
The much anticipated, in Aylesbury at least, debut programme for the town's new theatre has finally been announced.The 1200 seat theatre will finally open its doors on 12 October 2010 with Northern ...
The Talented Mr Ripley (Hornchurch)
It’s a little like the title character – more shadow than substance. Bob Carlton’s new production of the Patricia Highsmith novel The Talented Mr Ripley in the 1998 adaptation