It is 40 years since Alan Ayckbourn wrote ‘Joking Apart’ and this comedic play still has all the…
Browsing: New Vic Theatre
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.
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.
Alex Broad reviews Votes for Women, the rarely produced play by celebrated suffragist, Elizabeth Robins, at the New Vic Theatre.
“Playhouse creatures they called you, like you was animals.” Yesterday marked 100 years since women…
The New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme is now showing the Christmas spectacular, Treasure Island, adapted and directed by Theresa Heskin.
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.