How captivating can one woman be on stage, with nothing but a white sheet for a backdrop and a backless couch as the only prop? The answer? Extremely, when the actor is, Rebecca Vaughan in Dyad Productions’ Jane Eyre – An Autobiography.
The Stephen Joseph Theatre brings Alan Ayckbourn’s 1979 farce, Taking Steps to the New Vic…
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.