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Headlong Tours Hollywood Dream from Feb
Rupert Goold’s Headlong Theatre company is taking a “radical” new version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which transposes the action to 1960s Hollywood, on a UK tour next
The Sound of Music (Tour - Oxford)
By Editorial Staff
I went to see The Sound of Music not knowing quite what to expect. I came away humming the tunes and with a contented smile on my face. Connie Fisher – who famously won the part through
Fidelio (Welsh National Opera - Oxford)
By Editorial Staff
In the wake of some glorious Strauss and Wagner and an appetite-whetting publicity campaign for this production itself, I had high hopes for WNO's new production of Fidelio -exciting young ...
Aladdin (Nottingham)
By Editorial Staff
Lovers of traditional panto will missee Wishee in Qdo’s latest take on Aladdin but both the kids and the grown-ups will find plenty to entertain them in this colourful and lively hi-tech
Tom and Viv (Moser Theatre, Oxford)
By Editorial Staff
Life is tough for a number of theatre companies in Oxford at the moment. The closure of the OFS Studio has robbed them of a key venue – forcing a search for alternative spaces. ElevenOne Theatre
Spamalot (Tour - Birmingham)
By Editorial Staff
Spamalot is offered as this year’s festive alternative a trip to the pantomime- the thing is, it is exactly that. Not to say that there is anything wrong with that, but this (heavily chea
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Northampton)
By Editorial Staff
The alternative festive presentation has become a firm fixture in the Royal and Derngate calendar, offering a more theatrical option for those who taste may not run to the booing and hissing of ...
Tim Minchin: Why You Should Come & See ... Matilda, A Musical
By Editorial Staff
Tim Minchin is best known as an Australian comedian with a unique brand of musical comedy that, in just five years, has seen him develop win a Perrier Prize, become one of the biggest acts at the ... Awards Nominees Announced
By Editorial Staff
The nominations in the 2011 Awards, the “theatregoers’ choice”, were announced today (3 December 2010) at the West End's Cafe de Paris. The Awards a
Wind in the Willows (Derby)
By Editorial Staff
Motorcar obsessed Toad is in a hole and it takes his trio of furry friends to get the aristocratic amphibian out of it again. Kenneth Grahame’s classic children’s story is given a faithful ...