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The James Plays – The Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

James I – The Key Will Keep The Lock James II – Day of The Innocents James III – The True Mirror Author: Rona Munro Composers: Paul Leonard-Morgan and Will Gregory Director: Laurie Sansom Movement Director: Neil Battles Musical Director: Alasdair Macrae Reviewer: Fiona Hannon The James Plays have been described as Scotland’s answer to Game of Thrones. They aren’t. ...

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Guys and Dolls – The Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Music and Lyrics: Frank Loesser Book: Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows Director: Gordon Greenberg Reviewer: Fiona Hannon Guys and Dolls is a glittering example of the golden age of American Musicals, twinkling and sparkling from the opening bars. Set in the heart of Broadway, Sister Sarah Brown of the Salvation Army tries (without any success) to save the souls of ...

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Into The Hoods Remixed – The Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Jade Hackett as Rap-on-Zel in Into The Hoods: Remixed

Director, Writer and Choreographer: Kate Prince Musical Director: DJ Walde Reviewer: Fiona Hannon   This week, ZooNation and Sadler’s Wells bring Into the Hoods Remixed, billed as the UK’s freshest fairytale, to the Sheffield stage. Once upon a time in a land far, far away, two children find themselves lost in the hood, on Ruff Endz Estate where they meet ...

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The Snowman – The Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Director: Bill Alexander Music: Howard Blake Design: Ruari Murchison Reviewer: Rosie Revell It’s hard to believe that Christmas classic film The Snowman is 32 years old. Based upon Raymond Briggs’ beautiful picture book, it’s been capturing hearts and minds every Christmas since its Channel 4 premiere in 1982. Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s spellbinding live dance version of the story flies into ...

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This Is My Family – Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Writer, Music &Lyrics: Tim Firth Director: Daniel Evans Reviewer: Fiona Hannon This was a special evening for Sheffield Theatres as they proudly unveiled the results of The Lyceum Theatre’s nine week refurbishment programme. This grand Grade II* listed theatre now twinkling with new lights, new cables, new carpets, new upholstery and 1000 litres of fresh new paint, glowed as a ...

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