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Though Dick Whittington, the rags to riches tale of a country boy, is energetically directed by Karen Simpson at Britain’s oldest surviving
Red Rose Chain’s As You Like It sees the company return to the atmospheric outdoor forest setting at Jimmy’s Farm. It’s an
Jackie Montague explores what three performances at Latitude say about how we relate to our heroes, our homes, and our own identities.
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Jackie Montague reviews Camilla Beeput's one-woman show as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2017.
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Eastern Angles is taking David Greig’s inventive and entertaining The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart on a tour of the village halls
I get it, finally: Jackie Montague has a revelatory evening with Ramps on the Moon's revival of The Who's Tommy
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Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest has been wonderfully re-imagined by Joanna Carrick in her production for Red Rose Chain as a play within
To experience Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey in Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, one of the UK’s only surviving Regency playhouse, is at
Nodge City, a rural back water somewhere in the USA, is a surprising setting for a British panto. However, as soon as
With excellent original songs written by Pat Whymark and an ensemble of strong actors skilfully multi-roling, Stoat Hall has all the hallmarks
The house lights stay on a the start. Red Rose Chain staff, Gideon and Mandy (Ryan Penny and Claire Lloyd), apologise profusely.
This 350-seat Regency playhouse (the last surviving one in the UK), provides a unique setting for panto. The venue has a warmth