Category:  Theatre

By Marie Addison, April 22, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

The Who’s Tommy first hit the big screen in the 70s following the concept album from 1969 with music and lyrics by Pete Townsend.

By Kim Eyre, April 5, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

I wanted to see this last year but I missed out, so I was very happy to get the chance to finally see ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time‘ at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham. Being a parent… Read More »

By Kim Eyre, March 30, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

John Steinbeck‘s classic novel ‘The Grapes of Wrath‘ has come to the Nottingham Playhouse. If you know the book well, you will know it’s not the most uplifting of stories you can read, if you are not familiar with it… Read More »

By Nicola Eyre, March 23, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

Attending the Opera to see Opera North Hansel & Gretel, I thought it was time to introduce my daughter (age 8) to her first Opera experience.

By Nicola Eyre, March 15, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

Attending the theatre with my son to review the the stage play of Meera Syal‘s book Anita and Me. He had heard of the film and I was explaining who Meera Syal was, she is also in the Kumar’s has… Read More »

By Marie Addison, March 9, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

I wasn’t sure what to expect from my first live ballet experience although I had high expectations given the reputation Matthew Bourne has for delivering outstanding productions with a modern day twist and appeal.

By James Jarvis, March 1, 2017 0 Movies, Music, News, Theatre

SOUNDSTAGE FESTIVAL Music and the Moving image: The Sound of Sci-Fi  Friday 24 – Tuesday 28 March 2017  DIARY OF EVENTS The Hallé: Great Sci-Fi Movie Themes Under The Skin with live soundtrack from London Sinfonietta The Sound of Silents:… Read More »

By James Jarvis, February 23, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

Off to see ‘Touched’ at Nottingham Playhouse, I was excited to for Vicky McClure’s theatre debut.  Written by local man Stephen Lowe, Touched tells the story of three sisters from Nottingham and their lives at the end of the second… Read More »

By James Jarvis, February 21, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

Its billed as the most scariest theatrical performance of all time , so with all the bumps in the night how will it fair to today’s audiences and the scare factor.

By Marie Addison, February 15, 2017 0 Reviews, Theatre

Following successful runs both on Broadway and the West End, a new production of La Cage Aux Folles hits the road. The story is centred around a Saint-Tropez nightclub famous for its fabulous drag entertainment, the manager of club Georges… Read More »

By James Jarvis, February 14, 2017 0 News, Theatre

In June, The Woman in Black celebrated its 27th anniversary in the West End. Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s best-selling novel has terrified over 7 million theatregoers since it first opened. Robin Herford’s gripping production is a brilliantly successfully… Read More »