Dead Sheep, Birmingham Rep:
Margaret Thatcher ruled Britain and the
Conservative party with an iron fist throughout the 1980s, one
of the most divisive and combative leaders of modern times.
This Might Hurt, Derby
Theatres: It is an often quoted fact that
John Godber is one of the most performed writers in the English
Ostrich Boys, Coventry
This s a show it’s impossible to
rate too highly
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,
Birmingham Hippodrome: What magical,
marvellous, truly scrumptious entertainment for all the family,
jam packed with not just a feel good but a feel even better
The Vicar of Dibley, Hall
Green Little Theatre: It's nine
years since Geraldine Grainger last graced our screens as the
vicar of Dibley, give or take a couple of short charity specials
since, but in this splendid staging at Hall Green it is as if
she has never been away.
One Man, Two Guvnors, Sutton
Arts Theatre: Richard Bean’s gloriously
silly comedy has been one of the runaway smash hits of the
decade so far.Read
The Two Noble Kinsmen, Swan
Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon:Blanche McIntyre’s production of
The Two Noble Kinsmen shows the unbreakable relationship between
cousins thwarted by the love for a princess. Read
Grease, Stage Experience, The
New Alexandra Theatre: Forget Simon
Cowell and his PR machine telling us Britain’s got talent, just
switch off the telly and head off to the Alex and see real
talent in the flesh.
A CHANCE to help the Arras without it costing a penny
Actor Samuel West make a heartfelt plea to save funding for
News and features
Bintley's new ballet, The Tempest, has its world premiere on 1
October at Birmingham Hippodrome
Cape Town Opera's celebrated Mandela Trilogy arrives at
Birmingham Hippodrome on 20 September and Elizabeth Halpin has
been to the Royal Festival Hall to see what is in store.
announces the line-up for its 2016 antomime, Dick Whittington.
has announced its new season for Autumn and Winter this year.