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Lizzie Nunnery’s 2007 play Intemperance is set within the Irish community in 1854 Liverpool. A single dour room houses five members of
Though this new touring production from Bill Kenwright’s Classic Thriller Theatre company is unapologetically old-fashioned, it’s also stylishly staged and winningly performed.
In Patrick Barlow’s Olivier-winning 2005 reworking of the classic John Buchan spy caper, pretty much everything – even death – is a
Rags first appeared on Broadway in 1986 but closed after only four performances. The writers have since had other musical successes (notably
Martin McDonagh has enjoyed cinematic success of late, most notably with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, but the dark humour of his
David and Marian’s bathroom is spacious and sumptuous. His and hers sinks and a roll-top bath hint at the couple’s outward prosperity.
In Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice and Benedick are at “merry war”. Director Conrad Nelson takes the concept of wartime amusement and
Dave has passed on a love of Rod Stewart to son David, but they don’t share a genetic link or even the
Bolton’s Octagon Theatre is on the move again, with the town’s Albert Halls playing host to The Rise and Fall of Little
For Club Mex, a new musical penned by comic Tamar Broadbent, Manchester’s ever-versatile Hope Mill warehouse space is transformed into a Mexican
With Cannon and Ball, silly deviation is very much their schtick. It’s just a shame that their talents are not harnessed to
The vibrantly-lit magic carpet taking flight above the stalls is a stand-out moment in Lawrence Batley Theatre’s production of Aladdin. A triumph
The opening of Oldham Coliseum’s Cinderella signals the start of pantomime season. To begin with Cinderella (Shorelle Hepkin) seems to be stepping