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A Midsummer Night’s Dream – The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

Writer: William Shakespeare Music: Dan Gillespie Sells Director: Robert Hastie Choreographer: Darragh O’Leary Reviewer: Janet Jepson “The course of true love never did run smooth”, so goes the most quoted line from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. A sentiment totally echoed in real life, but never so true as in this magical tale of both fairy and human love affairs. It ...

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Songs From The Seven Hills – The Crucible, Sheffield

Writer: John Hollingworth Music: Scott Gilmour and Claire Mckenzie Director: Emily Hutchinson Choreographer: Darragh O’ Leary Reviewer: Sophie Dodworth Songs from the Seven Hills is a Sheffield Peoples production, made by the people of Sheffield, about the people of Sheffield. This new musical takes you on a journey through some real-life, Sheffield experiences; told by 60 actors. Written by John ...

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A Dream – Crucible, Sheffield

Writer: Chris Bush Music: Russell Hepplewhite Director: Emily Hutchinson Reviewer: Sheila Stratford A Dream is a modern-day Midsummer's Night Dream, with the addition of a dusting of lovers from some of Shakespeare's other plays. The setting is the Northern General Teaching Hospital 's Accident and Emergency Unit, where the course of true love never runs smooth especially when Puck has ...

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