Just Some Theatre is now on tour and performed their new production, The Killer Question, in The John Cooper Studio at Theatre@41 last night.Continue reading “Review: The Killer Question at The John Cooper Studio”
Much beloved as a children’s novel published in 1958, Tom’s Midnight Garden had escaped me as a child and I came to this production with a totally open mind.
It is an exquisite story about loneliness, isolation and finding companionship in an unlikely setting.
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I can only recommend that you see this play immediately. It is rare to get a production of this calibre in York. Pickmeup Theatre have done it again by pushing the boundaries of the art form and provoking our response. Continue reading “Review: The Goat or Who Is Sylvia? At The John Cooper Theatre”
Tonight I saw an exceptional new play: memorable, poetic and resonant.
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It’s here at the John Cooper Theatre in Monk Gate, an English premiere of Stephen Dolginoff’s new musical Monster Makers which takes a look at life behind the camera lens in the early days of horror movie making. It takes three stories of famous Monster Movies and shows the plagiarism and competition behind the scenes.
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The Great Gatsby lands in the centre of York and Sheffield – and you’re invited. Created by The Guild of Misrule in partnership with Theatre Deli, York Theatre Royal and supported by Sheffield Theatres. Continue reading “The Great Gatsby”