Calling all theatre fanatics and those looking for something artistic to do. This month sees a brand new production come to our local theatre, exciting pop-up markets, movie night sing-a-longs and much more. So whether [more…]
This past year has been both a blessing and a curse for theatre. The blessings being some incredible new additions such as Waitress and Dear Evan Hansen straight from New York’s Broadway. Come From Away [more…]
Kingston is transformed into to Manhattan as Good Canary – directed by Hollywood legend John Malkovich, took to The Rose theatre at the end of September.
A new, gender-switched adaptation of Romeo and Juliet is playing at Rose Theatre in Kingston. With Romeo and Juliet being one of Shakespeare’s most adapted plays and familiar plots, Sally Cookson faced considerable challenge persuading the cultured [more…]
KU houses the legacy of musical theatre legend Stephen Sondheim, including some interesting items from musicals such as Sweeney Todd. Caroline Bursell The horrific work of cannibalistic London barber Sweeney Todd has come to [more…]
The River reviews a night of glamour and drug-dealing at The Rose Theatre’s production of Smack Family Robinson. Zoe Birdsall A big house in posh Petersham, expensive cars, shag-pile carpet, HD television, vats of wine [more…]
Satirical, surreal and stunning: Dominic Cooke’s production of Matrin Crimp’s new play is something to see. Satirical, surreal and stunning: Dominic Cooke’s production of Matrin Crimp’s new play is something to see. Lesley-Anne Morley Self-obsession satirised [more…]
The Beatles are back in a musical form. Let It Be marks the 50th anniversary of the band’s genesis. Alexia Ganotaki Beatlemania hit London’s West End at the Prince of Wales Theatre marking the 50th [more…]