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Romeo and Juliet - REVIEW

There is no greater, nor more ominous, setting for Shakespeare’s youthful tragedy than at the atmospheric St Martin’s Church in Colchester, where the Mercury Theatre Young Company perform Romeo and Juliet until Sunday 28th August. 413 more words


Dates and details of community audition of Sweeney Todd at Derby Theatre.

This autumn, Derby Theatre and the Mercury Theatre Colchester will present Stephen Sondheim’s multi award-winning musical thriller,  Sweeney Todd, and they are on the lookout for members of the community to join the cast. 385 more words


Spotlight On... Glenn Adamson

Glenn Adamson has just completed a run in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at The Union Theatre. He’s also been asked back to appear in pantomime at The Mercury Theatre, but what have his career highlights been to date and how did he come to be an performer? 975 more words


A Little Night Music with Sergio Tiempo

A wonderful evening of music with Sergio Tiempo at Colchester’s Mercury Theatre, courtesy of the magnificent Roman River Festival. Sergio had to cancel his performance at the Festival last year due to pneumonia, but Saturday evening was well worth the wait. 152 more words

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Invincible, Mercury Theatre - 28/04/2016

Invincible is the story of Emily and Oliver, a mismatched couple who decide to move up north to raise their family when the recession means they can no longer afford their London lifestyle. 367 more words


Clybourne Park, Mercury Theatre - 19/04/2016

Clybourne Park focuses on a single house in an American neighbourhood, and how the inhabitants of that house shape and interact with the community. It consists of two mirroring acts – one set in the 1950s and one set in modern times – exploring issues of racism and community tensions that still have great resonance within the world today. 517 more words


Clybourne Park - REVIEW

Clybourne Park is both brilliant funny and thought-provoking as it explores racial tensions in Chicago lead by a firecracker cast. 330 more words