The Classic Thriller Theatre Company brings us an adaptation of Ruth Rendell’s A Judgement in Stone, about contrasting class and social values in the 1970’s.
Torben Betts critically-acclaimed play, Invincible, kicks off the New Vic’s summer season with a clever combination of comedy and heartache.
The Empty Nesters’ Club at The New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Amazing feats and death-defying stunts were the order of the day as The Circus of Horrors rolled into town for one night only at Hanley’s Victoria Hall.
A packed Potteries Museum & Art Gallery relived the life story of 20th century political campaigner Sylvia Pankhurst.
The LYNX theatre and poetry company’s play, called Sylvia, is written and performed by one woman – Jacqueline Mulhallen.
Director Theresa Heskins has exceeded expectations with this sparkling adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s winter…
When We Are Married at The New Vic Theatre. A feel good comedy that will leave you smiling, and possibly double checking your marriage certificates.
Blood brothers, created by Willy Russell completely changed my opinion on musical theatre. The world famous musical came to the Birmingham Hippodrome from the 10th-22nd of October 2016.
Blood Brothers was a whole new experience for me, I didn’t really no what to expect from the theatre. The last time I recall going to a theatre I was a child, watching a cheesy pantomime performance. I guess I expected something similar from Blood brothers and was left mind blown in return.
Horror fans packed into the Regent Theatre looking for an early Halloween scare as The Woman in Black paid a visit to the city.
Having enjoyed a run of 27 years in the West End, The Woman in Black is now on tour, beginning in Hanley.