A wonderful cast of 13 actor-musicians transports us into their marvellously pleasant interpretation of the movie.
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We are pleased to bring you these great new production images by Brinkhoff/Moegenburg of Sally Cookson’s energetic and imaginative new adaptation of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre which has just started a twenty-one city tour of the UK. 2017 marks the 170th anniversary of the first publication of Jane Eyre – a significant time to be […]
It’s a wonderful production that will delight audiences of all ages and had all of us clapping to show that we really do believe in fairies.
All children, except one, grow up….. We hope that you enjoy these great First Look production photos of Peter Pan by Steve Tanner. Everyone knows the story of Peter Pan and it’s back in a wonderous new production brought to the stage by a collaboration between the National Theatre and The Bristol Old Vic Theatre. […]
Considered a masterpiece of modern cinema, Fellini’s Oscar-winning film, La Strada (The Road), will be brought to the stage in a brand new production with music by Benji Bower, directed by Olivier award-nominee Sally Cookson. La Strada receives its world premiere at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, as the start of a 16 week UK Tour […]
This is a fully compelling night at the theatre. You do not feel the time dragging and can only be impressed at the way the cast finds new meanings in material that we all think we know backwards. This is a true ensemble production with scope for individuals to shine and the whole to resonate […]
Whilst I am clearly not the target audience for this production, the kids around me loved it and it is easy to see how it would be a great day out for any family with young kids. Donaldson’s tales are simple and enjoyable and the enthusiastic cast and direction make it certainly worth the trip.
Hetty Feather is a triumph – although it’s ostensibly for children, it’s a touching and absorbing tale for all ages. It combines multiple artistic elements to fantastic effect and manages to be funny, uplifting and sad, sometimes all in the same scene.