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PREVIEW: 2016 – A look ahead

2015 was a thrilling rollercoaster ride for the theatre scene, with more venues programming exciting and risk-taking productions that complemented a more traditional slate of work. We saw artistic directors leave venues for pastures new and then, in return, gain new visionaries for the future. So as we stand on the precipice of 2016, what theatrical delights await? We asked ...

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Singin’ in the Rain – Bristol Hippodrome

Book: Betty Comden &Adolph Green Music: Nacio Herb Brown &Arthur Freed Choreographer: Andrew Wright Director: Jonathan Church Reviewer: Barbara Michaels High kicking and high scoring, the cast of the Chichester Festival Theatre production of the musical theatre adaptation of the 1952 American film Singing’ in the Rain does it proud. The iconic film directed by, choreographed and starring Gene Kelly, ...

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Singin’ in the Rain – Milton Keynes Theatre

Book: Betty Comden and Adolph Green Music: Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed Director: Jonathan Church Reviewer: Maggie Constable Umbrellas to the ready for Singin’ in the Rain which splashes into Milton Keynes this week recycling over 12,000litres of water per performance! This production opened at the Chichester Festival Theatre in 2011 and was extended due to incredible demandfrom the ...

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WHAT’S HOT: Week beginning Monday 21 April 2014

The Easter holidays may be in mid-flow but there’s no break for theatres across the country as they continue their spring programmes with the usual eclectic mix. Let us know if you’re seeing any of these productions this week. Every Last Trick – Royal and Derngate, Northampton Feydau’s classic French farce is given fresh translation by Tamsin Oglesby and unites ...

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BLOG: Resting Actress – Hoe Hoe Hoe

It’s here, yes folks, you can ignore it like a Lloyd Webber flop but the festive season is upon us and unlike most of my fellow competitors I have been assisting the man of the moment, the fat man who can make all your dreams come true just for one small glass of sherry. No, not David Grindrod, I have ...

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