debbie tucker green’s single-woman tragedy strikes a devastating blow.
Barry Hines’ classic coming of age story takes flight at Leeds Playhouse.
The show was part of the International Mime Festival at Barbican Centre.
Whilst Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables has been a sensation, sadly Notre Dame de Paris pales in comparison.
Hess delivers a sublimely humorous take on the absurdities of normality.
David Greig’s play feels rather like a bird lost at sea – drifting.
Sinatra: Raw is a one-man cabaret-come-confessional that allows us to meet a warts and all Sinatra.
A real laugh out loud show to delight audiences aged six to sixty!
An excellent alternative to panto for the family this winter.
Nottingham Playhouse have created a winning Panto that ticks all the boxes.
Leeds City Varieties’ seasonal extravaganza is the perfect pantomime.
Take That’s music carries five female fans through their moving life journeys alongside The Band they’ll Never Forget…