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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Northwich Memorial Court

Edwina Curry and Bruce Jones

Writer: Anton Benson Director: Ryan Greaves Reviewer: John Roberts   If you are looking for a star-studded spectacular pantomime to take your family to this Christmas then you may have opted to purchase tickets for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Northwich Memorial Court – however, even Edwina Curry as The Wicked Queen, Celebrity Big Brother runner-up Austin ...

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Cinderella – Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury

Writer: Eric Potts Director: Chris Nelson Reviewer: Scott Matthewman   First Family Entertainment, the company which produces many large-scale commercial pantos around the UK in ATG venues, is this year heavily promoting its place in the centuries-long tradition of British pantomime. Long form articles in the programme are complemented by a pre-show video showing clips from pantos past. It’s an ...

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NEWS: Thoroughly Modern Millie postpones until 2015

The Off West End premiere of the six-time Tony Award-winning tap dancing musical,Thoroughly Modern Milliehas announced it is being postponed until2015. Due to star Russell Grant as the mysterious and sinister Mrs Meers and American Molly Marie Walsh in the title rôle of Millie Dillmount,Thoroughly Modern Millie, was booked to play at Theatro Technis, London NW1 from1 - 25 October. ...

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Grease – The Palace Theatre, Manchester

Director: David Gilmore Reviewer: Poppy Helm [rating:3]   Grease may be a story about teenagers but as a show it's well into its middle-age; 40 years have passed since its original Broadway debut. Unfortunately, with this particular production, the wrinkles are starting to show. It's a story most of us already know; after a romantic summer fling, Danny and Sandy ...

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Grease –Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Director: David Gilmore Reviewer: Sarah Astbury [Rating:4] Grease is the Word at least in Llandudno it is. The iconic musical has been touring the UK on various stages for many years and various comments have been made about the production, the show is one of the most loved musicals of all time whether you are 5 or 95 everyone has ...

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