Rory Yeates review Open Theatre’s latest production, ‘Wright Off’.
Jo Haywood sits down with playwright, poet and performer Inua Ellams ahead of the return of his smash-hit Barber Shop Chronicles to the Leeds Playhouse.
Matthew Jeffery reviews Theatre Group’s production of Hedda Gabler
A glorious concoction of musical nostalgia with intellectual intrigue, the Lincoln Center Theatre Production’s adaption of The King and I comes to Leeds Grand and proves a stellar opportunity to indulge in a night out […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Hamlet can often seem like a play in danger of being over-done. With that said, through change and adaptation, this production achieves a fresh reinvigoration that is essential for a modern take on the classical […]
Into the Woods, a musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, has been adapted by the Music Theatre Society for the Spring semester. Directed by Daniel Cartlidge and Shaunagh Kelly, the plot follows a Baker […]
Jessica Swale’s Blue Stockings centers around the women of Girton College fighting for their right to graduate in 1896, perhaps a difficult concept for an audience of twenty first century students to relate to. However, […]