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Review – King Lear

Lear
The thing about King Lear that many productions ignore or overlook, in a modern, desperate striving for relevance or innovation, is that it is...

NEWS: Manchester Hosts TitanicDance Premiere – The New Irish Dance Musical...

titanicdance
The Palace Theatre in Manchester will stage the hotly-anticipated English Premiere of the new hit Irish Dance Musical sensation TitanicDance this September. The stunning show...

Review – Grease

Grease
Colour, light and movement keep the audience engaged throughout this Grease, a feast of 1950’s style music and dance. This is truly a show...

Review – Romeo And Juliet / Twelfth Night

One of the first things that anyone notices about this theatre company’s productions of Romeo And Juliet and Twelfth Night is the versatility of its...

Review – The All Male Mikado

Mikado
“In spite of its enormous success, The Mikado had its detractors”, the show’s programme announces: “The Japanese ambassador to England, for instance, tried to...

Review – Caroline, Or Change

Caroline
With a fantasia of an entirely different kind, but by the same writer (Tony Kushner), playing in the National Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre's production...

Review – Forty Years On

Forty Years
Opening the inaugural season of Daniel Evans' Chichester Festival Theatre is a production of Alan Bennett's Forty Years On, a play which is ambitious,...

Review – Antony and Cleopatra

Cleopatra
Antony and Cleopatra, Play 2 of the RSC's Rome Season, sees the return of Josette Simon to the stage at Stratford Upon Avon, after...

Review – Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar
With Trump in power in the USA and Brexit forcing real consideration of populism, the greater good, and the gulf between the ruling class...

Review – La Cage Aux Folles

La Cage
If ever there was a theatrical production which squarely raised the question of false advertising, the current UK touring version of La Cage Aux...