★★★ | The Girl On The Train -Sheffield Based on the best selling book by Paula Hawkins, The Girl On The Train stars Samantha Womack (Eastenders) as Rachel Watson, a […]
★★★★☆ | Kinky Boots, National Tour When his late father’s shoe factory is on the brink of closing down, Charlie readies himself to shut down the business; but a chance […]
★★★☆☆ | Annie – National Tour It’s a hard knock life for little orphan Annie. Living in the orphanage which is ruled with an iron fist by the devilish Miss […]
The team behind The Play That Goes Wrong delivers another madcap night at the theatre, and if you enjoyed One Man, Two Guvnors or The Thirty-Nine Steps, then this stupid, screwball comedy will be right up your street.
Barber Shop Chronicles is a comedy drama which life-affirming with anecdotes, arguments and regrets, which come thought-provoking provide a together to, life affirming piece of theatre which both celebrates and challenges African masculinity.
From the opening scenes to the terrifying and tearful finale, this show has everything to recommend it including humour, style, spectacle, originality and genuine emotion
★★☆☆☆ | Rough Crossing As a theatre company board a cruise ship to cross the Atlantic to New York for the premier of their new piece, it’s not just the […]
★★★☆☆ | Calendar Girls The Musical When Annie’s husband John dies from leukaemia at an early age, her close friend Chris, suggests that they raise funds though their Women’s Institute […]
★★★☆☆ | American Idiot – National Tour In a post 9/11 America, three friends go their separate ways to try to find both themselves and where they belong in society. […]
★★★★ | Standing at the Sky’s Edge Standing on the Sky’s Edge is a new musical which centres around Sheffield’s Park Hill Flats housing estate, and cleverly overlays three stories […]
★★☆☆☆ | Club Tropicana – National Tour After being jilted at the altar, lovelorn Ollie embarks on the planned honeymoon with his friends, arriving at Hotel Club Tropicana. However, unbeknown […]