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REVIEW: Les Misérables at Newcastle Theatre Royal

THE must see production of our generation, this is phenomenal theatre which redefines excellence.

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The internationally celebrated Boublil and Schönberg musical Les Misérables has arrived at Newcastle Theatre Royal as part of its first UK tour in almost a decade.

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REVIEW: Educating Rita

A magnetic performance, as fresh, witty and relevant today as it was 35 years ago... Review by Andrew Bramfitt

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REVIEW: Rocky Horror Show @ Theatre Royal Newcastle

For many, many years, Rocky Horror has been synonymous with late night cult, dressing up and Sci-Fi ‘B’ movies, audiences resplendent in their stockings and basques and lead actors trying hard to emulate the perfection that is Tim Curry.

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REVIEW: Grease The Musical @ Sunderland Empire

Step back in time, this version of Grease is more real life grit than the saccharin polish of the 1978 movie and is all the better for it.

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REVIEW: Shrek the Musical @ Tyne Opera House

Shrek the musical has been one of the most successful musicals in theatre history so it was great to see Tyne Opera House’s own version of the musical, performed by Astravaganza Entertainment, and I must say what a fantastic job they did too!

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PREVIEW: Astravaganza Entertainment present: Shrek the Musical @ Tyne Opera House

From the producers of the recent successes of ‘Priscilla Queen Of The Desert’, ‘Annie’ and ‘The Producers’ here at the Tyne Theatre, Astravaganza Entertainment are delighted to be returning to stage Shrek The Musical!

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REVIEW: Stones in his Pockets @ Darlington Hippodrome

Marie Jones’ brilliantly funny and heartwarming play about the local etras involved in the filming of a Hollywood movie hits Darlington Hippodrome and gives a masterclass in characterisation and storytelling...

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REVIEW: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Darlington Hippodrome

Despite the lyrics being over 50 years old this Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice classic is timeless...

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REVIEW: Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap

It’s amazing how some things stand the test of time despite changing fashions, changing cultures and changing tastes... Great review by Andrew Bramfitt.


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