Christmas is just around the corner folks which means it’s time to get your panto panties on for a night of laughter, spectacle and festive cheer as the Lichfield Garrick Production company bring Aladdin to the stage.
It’s almost Panto season…Oh no it isn’t…. Oh yes it is! So, get your Santa Hats on, because it’s sure to sparkle with fun for all of the family.
Heres a list of the top 5 pantos to see this Christmas.
Louise Parkes reviews The New Vic Theatre’s incredibly entertaining production of ‘Eric of Dock Green in MidWinter Murders’; written and produced by David Graham.
When you’re already a massive fan of Take That, a musical featuring their music has a lot to live up to – The Band didn’t disappoint.
The New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme is now showing the Christmas spectacular, Treasure Island, adapted and directed by Theresa Heskin.
The Blackeyed theatre company brought Robert Louis Stevenson’s words to life on the stage int heir truly stunning adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde.
For love or money is a play based in small town Yorkshire, set in the 1920’s. Adapted from the eighteenth-century play Turncaret written by Alain René Lesage. Directed by Barrie Rutter and designed by Jessica Worrall. The story follows a love triangle between widower Rose and her two potential suitors Arthur, the doctor’s son and bank manager Algy Fuller.
Macbeth is on his way to Stafford Gatehouse Theatre for Stafford Festival Shakespeare 2018.
The festival will return to Stafford Castle next year and transport audiences to a fictional medieval Scotland.