Rory Smith reviews Murder on the Orient Express.
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.
Two years after Glitterbug, The Wombats jump back onto the indie scene with a much anticipated, citrus fresh hit, Lemon to a Knife Fight.
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.
It’s not just the 300+ years of experience they have between them, nor the experience of playing with the greatest blues musicians in the world; Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, you name them, that keeps these OAPs filling out theatres and touring the world.
It’s a musical that has existed longer than many of the students at Staffs Uni.…
A Brief History of Women, Alan Ayckbourn’s new comedy is now playing at the New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
The Stephen Joseph Theatre brings Alan Ayckbourn’s 1979 farce, Taking Steps to the New Vic…
Stella Saxby (Georgina Leonidas) wakes up from a coma to discover that her parents have died but when her evil aunt Alberta (Timothy Speyer) is around there is always trouble…