STEVENAGE
THEATRE GUIDE


Stevenage Theatre News and Reviews

THEATRE NEWSREVIEWS
Catherine Love: International ideas benefit audiences everywhere
The caravan showcase, currently taking place as part of Brighton Festival, is a reminder of the benefits of international exchange
Happy 80th birthday Alan Bennett: 8 quotes we love from Untold Stories
To mark the great man's 80th today, we've compiled a selection of quotations from his 2005 collection of writings
Gary Lucy leads new Full Monty cast, tour starts September
By Editorial Staff
Lucy will star alongside Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Rupert Hill, Martin Miller and Bobby Schofield
Paines Plough's James Grieve and George Perrin: 'We strive to be a truly national theatre of new plays'
By James Grieve and George Perrin
As Paines Plough turns 40, its joint artistic directors tell WhatsOnStage how they're celebrating with the company's biggest season yet
Globe on Screen returns with Macbeth, The Tempest and more
Shakespeare's Globe will broadcast three of its 'Season of Plenty' productions to cinemas around the world later this year
James and the Giant Peach (Stevenage)
David Wood's stage adaptation of the Roald Dahl book "James and the Giant Peach" is flexible enough to allow for variations.
Ladies in Retirement (tour – Stevenage)
It's been around first as a stage play and then as a film since 1940, but Ladies in Retirement still packs a psychological punch.
La traviata (tour – Stevenage)
It's deservedly one of Verdi's most popular operas. "La traviata" is also probably the one with which he felt the closest emotional connexion – that much mooted but never written "Lear" excepted.
Absent Friends (Stevenage Gordon Craig Theatre)
The year is 1974. The location is an up-to-the-minute suburban house. Diana is hosting a tea party for old friends of hers and her businessman husband Paul. What could possibly go wrong?
Cinderella (Stevenage)
It's billed as the best-loved pantomime of them all. Cinderella at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage reinforces the slogan