Review: Far Gone (Touring)

Thursday 31st March 2022 at Harrogate Theatre (Studio) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “As a little boy, aged eight, I was nearly kidnapped from my home in Northern Uganda by the rebel group the Lords Resistance Army… This play is not about me, the kid who was lucky enough to escape. This play is for the hundreds of thousands... Continue Reading →

Review: Here’s What She Said to Me

Thursday 17th March 2022 at York Theatre Royal. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ In Here’s What She Said to Me, three African women joined together by blood explore the timeless themes of love, family, heritage and legacy. Along the way, as we hear their intertwined stories, we are invited to consider how generational and geographical shifts influence life choices... Continue Reading →

Review: 666 Comments

Saturday 5th March 2022, at Harrogate Theatre (Studio) ⭐️⭐️-⭐️ Aliki Chapple and Ben Rigby perform 666 comments posted in response to a (pretty great) comic about sexism shared online by Gabby Schulz in 2010. The whole shebang may have taken place twelve years ago, but it’s abundantly clear that the notorious “cesspit” of online pontification... Continue Reading →

Interview: Designer Sara Perks Talks “Footloose” (Touring)

March 2022 Following two critically acclaimed tours and huge popular demand, “Footloose The Musical” is back and better than ever. Touring the UK until August, this brand-new production of “Footloose” is designed by Sara Perks who has designed in the region of 250 productions. Sara has been nominated for Broadway World Awards, a Whats On... Continue Reading →

Review: The Bone Sparrow

Wednesday 2nd March 2022 at York Theatre Royal. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Zara Fraillon’s novel about a young boy born in an Australian detention centre for refugees has been adapted for the stage by S. Shakthidharan - and it’s an adaptation with a keen sense of its own emotive power. Esther Richardson’s direction of this Pilot Theatre production... Continue Reading →

Review: The HandleBards’ Macbeth

Tuesday 25th January 2022 at York Theatre Royal. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ The HandleBards are back, and this time they’re taking on Shakespeare’s Macbeth in a loose, comic retelling. As with their recent tour of Romeo and Juliet, this production moves at a mile a minute and keeps all involved on their toes, with Emma Sampson directing three... Continue Reading →

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