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Archive Review • TAKE FLIGHT • Menier Chocolate Factory • 2007

The cinema has been fascinated by stories about flying probably since its birth and as a medium which can easily portray acts that defy the rules of nature, flying subjects would seem a natural for it. 661 more words


Drawing: David Baddiel in Fame: Not the Musical

Based on our celebrity-obsessed age, British comedian and writer David Baddiel’s solo show Fame: Not The Musical is a two hour show on the perks and perils of fame at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory last summer. 180 more words


Sketch: Michael Urie in Buyer and Cellar

What would it be like to work in Barbara Streisand‘s personal shopping mall in the basement of her Malibu mansion? That is the subject of American actor Michael Urie’s one man show Buyer and Cellar, which just completed a run at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory, transferring from New York. 196 more words




‘The Last Five Years’ musical by Jason Robert Brown

24th June – 4th July 2015

Tickets and more information at www.lyrictheatre.co.uk or 02890 381081


Two musical theatre stars will perform in Jason Robert Brown’s award-winning ‘The Last Five Years’ at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast from 24th June – 4th July 2015.  330 more words


London 2015

Communicating Doors is a comedy/thriller play by Olivier/Tony award winner Alan Ayckbourn and directed by Lindsay Posner, which has currently started previews as of Thursday 7th May 2015 & had its press night on Wednesday 13th May 2015 at the… 741 more words

Theatre: Communicating Doors, Menier Chocolate Factory

Alan Ayckbourn’s time-travelling 1994 play Communicating Doors is not just a typical sci-fi production. It is filled to the brim with tension, comedy and real heart as a dominatrix named Poopay is given the chance to change the lives of a number of people. 326 more words

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Buyer & Cellar @ Menier Chocolate Factory (REVEW)

I am an Ugly Betty fan in every way and I am not ashamed to admit it. It wasn’t a guilty pleasure for me when it was on TV; instead I’d tell pretty much anyone I could that I was watching it. 951 more words