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Half-term panto fun with Stone Little Theatre

Stone Little Theatre are staging their traditional half-term pantomime in February – and this year it’s Ali Baba And The Forty Thieves....

Taking the Miki for Ashcroft’s audience of just 50

BELLA BARTOCK has been out again, this time accompanied by a responsible child to see Miki at the Ashcroft Theatre The story of Inuit girl Miki, he...

The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs // Joe Lindsay tells the story behind the dream #otl13 #agonyecstasy

In a welcome return to lunchtime drama, the Out to Lunch Arts Festival – in conjunction with Skewiff Theatre Company – delighted today’s packed ven...

Tabula Rasa gets crowdfunding help for Norwood workshops

Tabula Rasa, the youth workshops group in South Norwood founded last year by young Croydon residents and initially funded entirely from their own p...

Farcical ‘Fringe Benefits’ in Bilton!

BILTON AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY will perform their version of Fringe Benefits over four nights at the Bilton Theatre. Fringe Benefits is a farce wr...

A modern twist: Oliver in the round!

Knutsford Musical Theatre Company have needed to look further afield to perform their latest musical “Oliver!”  They took to the stage at The Grang...

Beverley Theatre Company To Hold Auditions

The Beverley Theatre Company is looking to cast children and principals for their production of The Sound of Music.Beverley Theatre Company To Hold...

Out to Lunch Arts Festival, 2-27 January 2013

As we head towards Christmas, time has run out for online deliveries and soon the high street shops will be shutting too. But it’s not too late to ...

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Theatre review At the King’s Head, Upper Street until 8th December  It’s a huge risk putting on a challenging production – new wr...

1912: A Hundred Years On (on tour from 16 Oct - 3 Nov)

If the recent spate of documentaries and marches to mark the centenary of the signing of the Ulster Covenant has intrigued you and sparked an inter...

A free preview of excerpts from new play Paisley & Me? Never! Well actually, there is ...

Paisley & Me is a new play by Ron Hutchinson that examines Ulster Protestants through the eyes of Ian Paisley and his family. Dan Gordon will be do...

Strangeface Theatre Company at Village Hall Sunday 16 December at 2.30pm.

The Strangeface Theatre Company visit Allington Village Hall on Sunday 16 December at 2.30pm. They will be performing The Amazing Adventures of Pin...

Newcastle Arts Festival – Saturday timetable

Puppets come to Meadows: 6-9 August

update (22 July): venue change - now at midpoint of Middle Meadow Walk, at intersection with Jawbone Walk

Helmsley Arts Centre summer programme

From Jean Richards, theatre editor The Helmsley Arts Centre has recently published its new programme for the summer season. There’s something for e...

New comedy show comes to the Lichfield Garrick

Comedy show Raining Men is coming to the Lichfield Garrick. A new comedy by Hen Party Night writer Chris Ponka, the play is the story of Phil the b...

One Of The World’s Greatest Fiddlers To Perform In Beverley

Beverley Arts Trust is delighted to welcome to Beverley one of Denmark’s most well-known exports, Harald Haugaard and his band. Harald is acknowled...

Free Lichfield Mysteries event set to entertain the bank holiday crowds

This weekend will see hundreds of people gathering in Lichfield to entertain the bank holiday crowds. Lichfield Mysteries, a free event, brings dra...

A great year for musicals

From Jean Richards, theatre editor Musicals are coming upon us so thick and fast you wonder what will be left for next year! In addition to ‘Carous...

Jubilee Fund grant for theatre group

A theatre group in Stone will be getting a new portable stage thanks to Stafford Borough Council’s Jubilee Fund. The council has revealed the...

Scenes from the British Wreck Commissioner’s Inquiry, 1912 (Owen McCafferty) at The MAC

A new play in a new building: Owen McCafferty’s Scenes from the British Wreck Commissioner’s Inquiry, 1912 is playing in the MAC in Belfast’s Cathe...

Lilies on the Land

From Jean Richards, theatre editor In 1939, with the onset of war, it became apparent that more food needed to be grown in Britain, and that there ...

The Odyssey - Creation Theatre and The Factory

I was lucky enough to win a free ticket for the first performance of The Odyssey (#odysseyoxford), a joint production between Creation Theatre (@Cr...

Southern Exchange - The Wyvern's own theatre company

April 20, 1980 Terence Hardiman talks about acting in Southern Exchange - the Wyvern Theatre's own performance company Sue Stevens, Nikki Mide...

City centre news – March 22, 2012

News on broad street, crime, digbeth, jewellery quarter, market, opera, and theatre

Signing up to the Covenant: An Alternative Vision for the Future?

At Thursday night’s annual Catherwood Lecture, Johnston McMaster covered a lot of ground in his talk entitled:Signing up to the Covenant: An Altern...

Shoot the Crow

Owen McCafferty’s play is touring again. First performed many years ago in Galway and only brought north for the first time last year, Shoot the Cr...

Fierce 2012

Fierce Festival‘s programme is now online and I’ve had a great time looking at what’s on this year… I have previously writt...

Theatre Review – Calendar Girls – Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

It’s difficult to imagine calendars that sport naked individuals with their dignity in tact were ever innovative, original ideas.

Telford theatre goers urged to look for hidden treasures

Telford theatre goers are encouraged to have a root in the attic for hidden treasures ahead of a show on November 7 when Antiques Roadshow presente...

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