Twenty-seven years on, Stephen Daldry’s production is still enthralling
Decisions, decisions. Every day we make 35,000 of them…
Powerful and raw: a theatrical punch in the guts
An unusual and exciting program showcases the cello’s versatility
A gentle road-trip film that highlights deeper issues
A glorious performance of both ancient and modern, sacred and secular.
Atmospheric setting fails to deliver in content
Family drama turns to tragedy as addiction has unforeseen consequences
Baroque with a twist: utterly sublime.
Outstanding performance of 20th century American music.
Tap dancing and philosophy prove unlikely dance partners in the latest A Play, A Pie and A Pint offering.
A tale of community spirit performed with gusto.
Madcap debut from a talented comic
A modern re-interpretation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth
World class entertainment deserving of anyone’s bucket list
A brilliant show about the forgotten deserves to be remembered.
Audience participation abounds in this intriguing mystery
Fascinating experiences of death (and life) from a world leading forensic anthropologist.
A black comedy descends into slapstick in this ecclesiastical tale.
Division and guilt reverberate in this coming together in the round.
Simon David is a star in the making.
Martin Kent’s clever mimicry verges on the bizarre
Indian fables sprinkled with humour and some dancing.
A gripping story of the tragic events of WW2 as told through a young girl’s eyes.