Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s late 60s musical, based on the biblical story of Joseph and his ‘coat of many colours’, took to Leeds Grand Theatre on Tuesday.
To say Music Theatre’s production of The Addams Family ‘sprang into life’ from its first moments would be a disservice to the hilariously macabre yet beautifully performed show the society put on. From the instant […]
Jargon by Open Theatre is a hilarious piece of new writing by Kieran Bose Rosling, showing this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the Banham Theatre. Rosling’s experience as a medical student brought this play to […]
On April 30th and May 1st, student theatre group ‘Junk’ presented ‘The Mayfair’ by writing for performance and publication student George Manson. The play opens on a note of slow ambience at an empty bar, […]
Around the World in 80 Daysis showing at the Leeds Playhouse Pop Up Theatre, until the 28th April. As well as offering a thoroughly entertaining rendition of an old classic, whilst maintaining an impressive resemblance […]
There isn’t a more suited place in Leeds than the Grand Theatre to host the performance which refuses to announce itself quietly: Kinky Boots. The spectacular show arrived in the city on Tuesday 9th April […]
Despite its racy premise (unemployed Sheffield steel workers turning to stripping as a means of making fast cash), Simon Beaufoy’s production of ‘The Full Monty’ was surprisingly heart-warming and thoroughly enjoyable.
A man stands alone above a covered body in a dark pub. The stage around him is dark except for a single, cold, beam of light that illuminates a sorrowful opening lament. There is a […]
Proclaiming herself to be the ‘grandmother of performance art’, Marina Abramović has been pushing her body to its utmost limits since 1970s. Infamous for testing the relationship between performer and spectator, Abramović insists that art […]
On Thursday night LUU’s Theatre Group opened their production of Tom Stoppard’s Rock ‘n’ Roll, directed by Steph Green, which took the Alex Clegg studio on a journey of humour, grief, jealousy and unity in […]