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Review: Classic Ghosts, Derby Theatre

I was expecting a spine-tingling evening – a fright-fest conjured up by two classic ghost stories from a top class touring company.

Was I clinging to the edge of my seat in fear? 468 more words


Classic Ghosts

Classic Ghosts arrived back in February to the Ipswich Wolsey Theatre and featured a cast including Jack Shepherd (ITV’s Wycliffe) and Terrence Hardiman (The Demon Headmaster). 526 more words


Classic Ghosts

I’m fond of ghost stories, so I decided to pay a visit to the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford to see a production called Classic Ghosts… 178 more words


Review: A Play, a Pie & a Pint: Playing the Joker by Anthony Clavane

Anyone who has tickets for the remaining shows is in for a treat. It is quite simply the best tenner I have ever spent.

Not only did the price include a drink and a rather tasty pie (my choice being the cheese and potato version – tastily comforting on a miserable wet evening), but the audience also got a 45 minute new play from Leeds-writer Anthony Clavane. 133 more words


Three Days in May

Well, here we are in December 2011 in the middle of a crucial few days for the fate of Europe….and whilst all of this was going on, I was watching a play about a crucial few days for the fate of Europe 72 years ago.  446 more words


Review: Three Days in May, Richmond Theatre

It is May 1940. As Hitler’s forces are closing in and France is on the brink of surrender, a small group of men in 10 Downing Street have to make a decision that will affect the course of history. 601 more words


Men of the world. Hull Truck at the Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough. 08-04-10

There is a lot to admire about what John Godber has built up at Hull Truck. He has developed a distinctive, thriving local theatre in Hull since he became artistic director in 1984 by the force of his prolific talent as a writer and director and developed a keen eye for what the Hull audience will enjoy and respond to. 669 more words

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