Oliver! is a classic: the music is stunning, Dickens’s story is loved and respected and the opportunities for character acting and drama is there in abundance. Continue reading “Review: Oliver! at York Theatre Royal”
It’s panto time again at York Theatre Royal and before you say: ‘Oh no it isn’t!’, let me tell you this show is definitely a one off.
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It opened in 1997 and is now one of the longest running shows in the West End. The Woman in Black has returned to York Theatre Royal on tour. If you haven’t yet seen the show it is well worth a visit.
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I know that one in five people will experience mental health issues in their lives and after seeing tonight’s production I have begun to understand the horror of this condition. Matt Haig, the author, suffered from severe depression, anxiety, suicidal urges and panic attacks and he wrote a self-help book to assist others in their search for a functional existence. I haven’t read this manual so I came to the play with an open mind.
Continue reading “Review: Reasons To Stay Alive at York Theatre Royal”
Acclaimed by the director Juliet Forster as ‘ arguably one of the best plays ever written, ‘A View from the Bridge’ is certainly the best play Arthur Miller ever wrote. Continue reading “Review: A View From The Bridge at York Theatre Royal”
Malory Towers was adapted by Emma Rice from Enid Blyton’s stories. The director was Emma Rice. Continue reading “Malory Towers at York Theatre Royal”
Wise Children present: Malory Towers Adapted and directed by Emma Rice Based on the novels by Enid Blyton Co-produced by York Theatre Royal In association with … Continue reading Malory Towers come to York Theatre Royal in September
Community Ensemble to feature in co-production of A View from the Bridge by York Theatre Royal and Royal & Derngate Northampton. Arthur Miller’s powerful, moving and … Continue reading A View from the Bridge comes to York Theatre Royal in September
Same Same Different Written by Naomi Sumner Chan Directed by Alyx Tole Commissioned by Eclipse Theatre in partnership with York Theatre Royal and Pilot Theatre York … Continue reading Same Same Different comes to York Theatre soon