Theatre/Shows Archive

  • What is truth? And how much of it can we really take? These two ever-pertinent questions are explored through JB Priestley’s 1930s play, Dangerous Corner – a da-capo style plot […] 0

    Review: Dangerous Corner

    What is truth? And how much of it can we really take? These two ever-pertinent questions are explored through JB Priestley’s 1930s play, Dangerous Corner – a da-capo style plot […]

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  • Cover-ups rarely go according to plan, but in a scripted play they have to, right? Well not if they’re a farce! As my introduction to the genre of farce, Out […] 0

    Review: Out of Order

    Cover-ups rarely go according to plan, but in a scripted play they have to, right? Well not if they’re a farce! As my introduction to the genre of farce, Out […]

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  • Having never been to the Lakeside theatre before, this was a pleasant experience in itself. We arrived a little early for the play so wandered around the lake and even […] 0

    Review: The Jungle Book

    Having never been to the Lakeside theatre before, this was a pleasant experience in itself. We arrived a little early for the play so wandered around the lake and even […]

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  • I had never seen so many under 5yrs olds in one place at one time as I did today when walking into Theatre Royal for early afternoon showing of The […] 0

    Review: The Gruffalo

    I had never seen so many under 5yrs olds in one place at one time as I did today when walking into Theatre Royal for early afternoon showing of The […]

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  • Around The World in 80 Days is one of those plays that I will say is a must see. It was my first time watching it and I thoroughly enjoyed […] 0

    Review: Around the World in 80 Days

    Around The World in 80 Days is one of those plays that I will say is a must see. It was my first time watching it and I thoroughly enjoyed […]

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  • There’s a lot to be said for physical comedy. It’s an old staple of the genre associated with the likes of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin from way back in […] 0

    Review Theatre: The Play That Goes Wrong

    There’s a lot to be said for physical comedy. It’s an old staple of the genre associated with the likes of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin from way back in […]

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  • The Addams Family have been one of the most famous families for almost eighty years. Starting off as a regular cartoon in The New Yorker in 1938 and then in […] 0

    Theatre Review: The Adams Family

    The Addams Family have been one of the most famous families for almost eighty years. Starting off as a regular cartoon in The New Yorker in 1938 and then in […]

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  • Nottingham Playhouse’s Autumn/Winter season of work on its main stage begins with the return of the critically acclaimed The Kite Runner, straight from two West End runs. First produced by […] 0

    Theatre Preview: Nottingham Playhouse Autumn/Winter Season

    Nottingham Playhouse’s Autumn/Winter season of work on its main stage begins with the return of the critically acclaimed The Kite Runner, straight from two West End runs. First produced by […]

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  • THE JUNGLE BOOK New Music by BB Cooper Written by Toby Hulse Director Martin Berry Musical Director Joshua Goodman Designer Kate Unwin Suitable for age 6+ Rudyard Kipling’s classic tales […] 0

    Theatre Preview: The Jungle Book

    THE JUNGLE BOOK New Music by BB Cooper Written by Toby Hulse Director Martin Berry Musical Director Joshua Goodman Designer Kate Unwin Suitable for age 6+ Rudyard Kipling’s classic tales […]

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  • I’m telling you what happened! But you don’t – no one believes me. An easy-going Nottingham lad boards a train, fresh from visiting his girlfriend. His world is flipped upside […] 0

    Theatre Preview: Wreck

    I’m telling you what happened! But you don’t – no one believes me. An easy-going Nottingham lad boards a train, fresh from visiting his girlfriend. His world is flipped upside […]

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