Rotterdam announces UK tour

Last seen in the UK back in June 2017, when it had a limited run at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End, Jon Brittain’s play Rotterdam is now set to embark on a nationwide tour; this announcement from Hartshorn-Hook Productions coincides with this year’s Transgender Awareness Week. The play has previously enjoyed two other […]

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Macbeth (Merely Theatre)

“Something wicked this way comes…” It’s Merely Theatre, as they tour their brand new production of the Scottish Play in rep with Much Ado About Nothing. Macbeth is an incredibly popular Shakespearean choice this year (I’ve now seen four versions already in 2018, with the Globe’s winter season offering still to come), with thoughts of […]

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Let It Be: Tomorrow Never Knows

The Fab Four have returned with a show that’s set to start Beatlemania all over again – well, that’s what could have been… Let It Be is on a brand new tour with a revamped show that sees an imagined reunion of John, Paul, George and Ringo, the band performing a one-off concert on John’s 40th birthday: 9th […]

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La Tragédie de Carmen

First performed in 1875, Bizet’s Carmen was far from an instant hit. It took until a revival eight years later for Parisian audiences to really be charmed by the piece, which is now an incredibly popular opera all around the world. Sung in French, it is based on a novella by Prosper Mérimée. Pop-Up Opera […]

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Zog: UK tour announced

Following in the footsteps of productions such as Stick Man, The Gruffalo’s Child, Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales and The Scarecrows’ Wedding, Kneehigh’s Mike Shepherd has adapted Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler’s book Zog for the stage. It will feature an original folk score from actor & musician Johnny Flynn (singer-songwriter with The Sussex Wit), […]

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