Vinay Patel’s new ‘Sticks and Stones’, explores the consequences of a joke that causes offence.
It is 40 years since Alan Ayckbourn wrote ‘Joking Apart’ and this comedic play still has all the…
Ruby Davies reviews Queens of the Coal Age at the New Vic theatre and finds it portrays a different perpective on the miners’ strikes.
Enjoyable for both young and old, Astley’s Astounding Adventures is a fantastic way to learn about Newcastle-under-Lyme’s father of the modern circus, says Ruby Davies.
Ruby Davies reviews the regional premiere of Tanya Ronder’s play, Table at The New Vic theatre.
‘You can’t stop the beat’ as Hairspray the Musical takes over the Regent Theatre, Hanley. Ruby Davies reviews.
Educating Rita follows no nonsense, Liverpudlian, Rita in her pursuit of knowledge and a greater understanding of well… “Everything”, and her unorthodox alcoholic Open University tutor, Frank. Louise Parkes reviews.
There are many aspects that form a great circus; clowns, music, dancers, but arguably one of the most important is the costumes.
Not only do the costumes add to each circus theme, they also need to be made to withstand ropes, acrobatics and quick changes.
This is Elvis is more than a theatre production or musical, it is a celebration of the life and music of one of the greatest musicians in history, writes Francesca Avigo.