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What happens when Bourgeois and Maurice (George Heyworth and Liv Morris), the satirical alien overlords of cabaret basements, write a full-scale musical? It must...

From its charming turn-off-your-phones announcement to its playful 'what next?' last line, The Wolves in the Walls is a reassuringly confident piece of family...

Aimed at eight to 12-year-olds, The Bee in Me is a smart piece that manages to pack heaps into its 70 minutes. It is not...

The term "op traken" is Norwegian, and describes the act of a skier swiftly jumping and tucking their legs beneath them in order to...

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds' in-house production of Peter Pan builds on the success of its previous traditional pantomimes and provides an excellent 200th-anniversary...

Mexico is too often reduced to cerveza and tequila, bandidos, big hats and even bigger cacti. Billed as ‘A waking Dream of Mexico’ Luzia...

Opening 2020’s London International Mime Festival, This Time by Ockham’s Razor is a mellow, gentle piece – a surprising quality in a trapeze show...

With years of experience presenting shows at Buxton Opera House, writer and director Philip Dart knows what Buxton audiences want and he consistently delivers...

This Qdos production of Peter Pan manages to intertwine all the elements of modern pantomime with a surprisingly dramatic and colourful telling of JM...

After several successful years of rock'n’roll pantomimes at the Gatehouse, new production company Prime Pantomimes rings the changes with a return to traditional pantomime. This...

As always at Prince of Wales' pantos, the lynchpin is George Critchley, who not only writes, directs and produces, but also plays Ugly Sister...

Master of ceremonies Marc Graham arrives on stage astride an inflatable shark at the start of Middle Child's irreverent Christmas show. Bantering with the...
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