The growing popularity of the game of bingo in this same period meant that switching a building’s use from a theater to a bingo hall was a smart move to fill it up again and make it useful.
Following last year’s successful festival, Brighton Horrorfest 2017 will have even more frights in store for the nights leading up to Halloween. This year’s festival will feature hits from the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringes. Productions will include Father of Lies (based on a true story about a mysterious unsolved murder from 1973 in West Germany), […]
Casting was today announced for a major new production of C S Lewis’s The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe which will play at West Yorkshire Playhouse this Christmas. This new production directed and devised by Sally Cookson and the company will be performed from 29 November 2017 – 21 January 2018. Peter Caulfield will […]
So stark was the story that I left the theatre wondering why I’d never heard of it before and why it wasn’t in these days of multi cultural Britain a part of the school’s syllabus.
After 23 years of groundbreaking work, Max Stafford-Clark announces today his intention to leave Out of Joint to focus on his international freelance career.
We look at a brief history of the Sunderland Empire Theatre, from its inception in 1907 to its current day standing as a major UK touring venue.
Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre is to host the European premiere of Little Women the musical. Little Women follows the adventures of the four March sisters – Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy. Jo, the eldest daughter, and an aspiring writer, receives yet another rejection from a publisher. When her friend Professor Bhaer tells Jo she can do […]
With its twists and revelations, The Whip Hand works as a gripping family drama, but it also cleverly explores our sense of responsibility and what drives it.