Tag Archives: theatre
During the 1960’s Carole King was part of one of the most successful song writing partnerships of the era, writing..
Glam Americana musical Crazy For You has hit the Lyceum theatre for a four-day run on its UK tour, Paul..
Russia’s finest has made its way to Sheffield, as Anton Chekhov’s play “Uncle Vanya” runs at Studio Theatre 18 October..
So they’re off! Theatre Deli has relaunched in its new home at 202 Eyre Street, (the former Mothercare shop), and..
The twice yearly drama festival returns again this autumn. Enable US is bringing 11 diverse shows to the University of..
Brigitte Aphrodite’s eclectic stage show about depression My Beautiful Black Dog is proving a difficult beast to pin down in..
How do you go about turning one of the world’s most famous novels into a ballet? That’s the challenge Martha..
The Crucible is on fire. Calm, headphone-wearing patrons are evacuated out to Tudor Square, where they are met by an..
Exposed catches up with Abbi (Mimi) from Splinters theatre group, on the cusp of their 25th year together and ahead..
Exposed catches up with lead actor James Smith ahead of the Manor Operatic Peter Pan Pantomime 2014. Hi James. Congrats..
Review of Stomp at Sheffield Lyceum Theatre. The rhythm of New York City took over the stage at the Sheffield..
Review of The Woman in Black at The Lyceum Theatre. There is nothing quite as tense as being surrounded by..
A Review of Krapp’s Last Tape at The Crucible’s Studio Theatre. Richard Wilson donned an oversized grubby cardi to take..
Abandoman is Rob Broderick, a quick-thinking, extremely-talented fellow – and his Moonrock Boombox Tour visited the Memorial Hall (Sheffield City..