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There are times when theatre resonates with such exactitude that it compels you to look at things about yourself that you might not want to.…

Live / stage review Kes / 31 March / Crucible.

For the first dance theatre work produced by Sheffield Theatres, Kes is certainly getting the company off to an immensely strong start. Barr…

For the first dance theatre work produced by Sheffield Theatres, Kes is certainly getting the company off to an immensely strong start. Barr

Live / stage review Sheffield Theatres in January.

There’s been a lot of good stuff going on at Sheffield Theatres recently. This month we take a look at a three plays from the eclectic mix o…

There’s been a lot of good stuff going on at Sheffield Theatres recently. This month we take a look at a three plays from the eclectic mix o

Live / stage review The Winter’s Tale at The Crucible.

It’s no moot point to reiterate that Shakespeare isn’t easy to pull off. We’ve all left theatres appreciating the quality of a production bu…

It’s no moot point to reiterate that Shakespeare isn’t easy to pull off. We’ve all left theatres appreciating the quality of a production bu

Live / stage review Laughing Wild / Lantern Theatre / 25th July.

The young company Funny You Should Ask set themselves a challenge when they chose to perform Laughing Wild by Christopher Durang. Durang is …

The young company Funny You Should Ask set themselves a challenge when they chose to perform Laughing Wild by Christopher Durang. Durang is 

Live / stage review 20 Tiny Plays about Sheffield.

9th April. Studio Theatre. 20 Tiny Plays about Sheffield was always going to be met with anticipation by local theatre goers; as the play m…

9th April.
Studio Theatre.

20 Tiny Plays about Sheffield was always going to be met with anticipation by local theatre goers; as the play m

Live / stage review A Taste of Honey at The Crucible.

29TH OCTOBER. CRUCIBLE. Shelagh Delaney's A Taste of Honey marked an important moment in British theatre, presenting female working-class w…

29TH OCTOBER.
CRUCIBLE.

Shelagh Delaney's A Taste of Honey marked an important moment in British theatre, presenting female working-class w