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Spotlight On... Actor, Director and Producer, Nigel Harman

Nigel Harman has become a familiar name and face following his popular appearance in EastEnders as Dennis, the Son of Dirty Den. Since then he has gone on to appear on stage and screen as well as turn his hand to Directing and Producing. 1,041 more words


NEWS: Shrek the Musical Announces New UK Tour

Producers of the hit musical have announced that the loveable ogre and friends will be embarking on a nationwide tour once more from December. 

The show will head once more to the stage from the 12th December at the Edinburgh Playhouse for the festive season before travelling to Manchester, Sunderland, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Northampton, Stoke and Blackpool, with further venues to be announced. 316 more words

What's In A Name ~ Birmingham Repertory Theatre

What’s In A Name runs at Birmingham Repertory Theatre until Saturday 11 February 2017. To book tickets, follow this link: http://www.birmigham-rep.co.uk

Star rating: *****

I liken this piece, written by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre De La Patelliere, to the work of Yasmina Reza. 509 more words


What's in a name? at Birmingham Rep

By Dave Massey twitter.com/brumhour

What’s in a name? at Birmingham Repertory Theatre

Until Saturday 11th February What’s in a Name? is at Birmingham Repertory Theatre… 468 more words


Terrible with Names


The REP, Birmingham, Tuesday 31st January, 2017


Adapted from the hit French play by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de la Patelliere, this is a scathing comedy based on a staple of middle-class theatre: the dinner party.  425 more words

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REVIEW: Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses, Trafalgar Studios

Steven Berkoff’s plays are curious examinations of one couple’s relationship from when they first met, then fast forwarding to twenty years later but strongly brought to life by Emily Bruni and Shaun Dooley’s performances.  343 more words

Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses

Review: Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses

Trafalgar Studios 2 Until 5th November

Many people will know that I’m not usually lost for words but for once I am and I can’t actually explain why? 381 more words

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