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As one of the most popular Shakespeare plays, devising a new approach to Romeo and Juliet is not easy but the Creation Theatre Company has succeeded once again in producing an innovative dramatisation of a centuries old play.
Brassed Off. Until Sat. Fireraisers X. Until Fri. The Crying Cherry. Wed. Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus!
Children with little or no stage experience can find themselves trained up by professional actors and performing in front of hundreds at Reading Concert Hall during the summer holiday.
Turning an iconic British film into a play is a brave idea, but throw in speedy costume changes, an episodic plot and a live brass band and you’ve got a challenge on your hands.
Director Raz Shaw first staged A Midsummer Night’s Dream as a drama school exercise a decade ago.
A new comedy club launches in a town centre venue on Friday.
Budding actors, singers and dancers are being invited to test their talents by putting on a musical in a week as part of the Woodley Youth Theatre summer school.
A theatre company is facing a busy week as it plays a huge part in the third annual Henley Fringe Festival.
As I sit down, I make a mental note where I’ve put my bag, after all, it’s not every day that you get to interview Raffles the Gentleman’s Thief.
Basingstoke – The Haymarket. A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Weds & Thurs. Rhythm Central Dance School. Sat.