The Lord of the Dance, Matthew Bourne brings his new show, his first since 2011, to Norwich for a sell out run this week. He’s had the idea of making a piece out of the 1948 movie for about 20 years and started to actively work on it three years ago.
La Cage aux Folles burst on to the scene as a pioneering movie in the 1970s and grabbed the headlines for its examination of a more unconventional love story: the relationship between drag artist Albin and his partner, Georges, and his son, Jean-Michele.
Review: Terrington St Clement pantomime Sleeping Beauty
Besides the pressures of having to put on a grand final performance of the Terrington Community Fund production of Sleeping Beauty, the cast had to contend with an hour-long power cut before they could start properly!
Amanda Whittington’s delicate drama about the lives of women working in the John Player Cigarette factory was Swaffham Players’ latest production at the Barn Theatre at the Sacred Heart Convent School.
REVIEW: Dad’s Army, King’s Lynn Operatic and Dramatic Society, Guildhall
Has there ever been a better loved sitcom on British television than Dad’s Army? Hard to think of one, and last night at the Guildhall in Lynn, KLODS staged a spirited re-creation of three of its most classic episodes.