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Grandma And Silly Billy Singer/ Actor Male
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Singer/ Performer
Theatre (Musical)
East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands, Yorks & Humber, Northern Ireland
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The Two Gentlemen of Verona

The Two Gentlemen of Verona is a play of experiment – it’s the work of a writer finding his voice and in it you can see familiar themes and devices being fleshed out.
Simon Godwin’s energetic new production for the RSC marks the first time in 45 years that the play has been performed in full on the Royal Shakespeare...

Romeo and Juliet

The original Lord Chamberlain’s Men founded in 1594 was one of the two leading acting company of the era, featuring performances in secondary roles by Shakespeare himself. This recent incarnation of the troupe, the brainchild of creative director and Stage One bursary winner Mark Puddle, may not have so illustrious a company but it does provide gutsy, energetic tours of...

Deathtrap

More than 30 years since it became the longest-running thriller on Broadway, Ira Levin’s play within a play still packs an evil punch. The force of that punch falls away markedly in Act II of Suffolk Summer Theatre’s production – a pity, because what comes before is a perfectly measured mix of dry humour and creeping suspense.
In their shabby...

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    Exclusively in the July 17 issue of The Stage
     
    • Matt Trueman talks to director Carrie Cracknell as she takes on Medea at the National
    • Natasha Tripney catches up with Shakespeare's Globe in Serbia as it tours the world with Hamlet
    • We chat to actor Josh McGuire about his killer CV as he heads to Chichester to be Mozart
    • Doug McPherson visits Cirque Bijou before it hits the Bristol Harbour Festival