Interestingly, this was my first encounter with Henry James’ classic tale, and the major revelation to me was how much it clearly influenced The Woman in Black.
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Colchester based theatre company Stage Write make a welcome return to the Mercury Studio with Paul T. Davies’s new play Shedding Skin.
To talk about every show I’m looking forward to in 2018 would extend this column beyond your patience, so I thought I would focus on three different aspects-and throw in a few more! THE DIRECTOR. One of my favourite directors is Emma Rice, who got me back into the Globe theatre after feeling that it […]
We asked our review team to nominate their 2017 theatre highlights. Paul T Davies nominated his favourites and a few productions for a special end of year ovation. Angels In America (National Theatre) About twenty-five years ago, I got a standing room ticket for the original National Theatre production of Tony Kushner’s epic. I stood […]
Just an hour from London and highly accessible, the Mercury Theatre Colchester has stood proudly on its current site since 1972, with the main house and studio theatre offering a combined capacity of 586 seats.
That aside, this production of The Weir will make you want to pour a Guinness, get close to the fire, and listen to these people tell their stories.
You should never forget your visit to Neverland, and I promise you an unforgettable trip with this talented company.
Crisply directed by Scott Hurran, on a highly effective set, Hidden is a sharp 75 minutes and is a play of gentle revelations.