The story follows one man’s quick-paced journey from London to Scotland and back where hilarity ensues throughout.
Do you want to be a fly on the wall at the most awkward dinner party of the seventies? Then Abigail’s Party is the place for you.
Kinky Boots. Well, what can you say about heels so high they touch the sky and leave me slightly jealous. The production of the West End smash hit came to Stoke last night and as adventurous as the play was, so were the heels. And just as stunning.
With the Christmas season in full swing, it’s only right that a trip to the theatre completes your festive period. The Regent Theatre, located in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent’s city centre, promises not-to-miss festive productions this December, with the Nativity and Robin Hood headlining the end of 2018.
Calendar Girls: The Musical took to The Regent Theatre stage last night to a packed out audience to show everything. Louise Hill reviews.
Beautiful thing was a ground breaking sensation when it first came to stage in 1993, dispelling prejudices and misunderstandings about young gay love was a powerful, and important, thing to do.
Willy Russell’s play about twins separated at birth is still going strong after 30 years on Broadway. A stunning performance of a witty and heartbreaking show.
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.
Louise Parkes reviews Edgar Wallace’s thriller, The Case of the Frightened Lady at the Regent Theatre, Hanley.