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Sunny Afternoon Regent Theatre

This musical based on the music of The Kinks tells the story of the socialist brothers from Muswell Hill, Ray and Dave Davies, and their working class band mates Mick Avory and Pete Quaife.  It’s a tale of dreams and aspirations, complex contracts, volatile relationships and, ultimately, success in the face Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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The Commitments. Regent Theatre

This musical adaptation of Roddy Doyle’s 1986 book and successful film follows Jimmy Rabbitte, a young working class Dubliner yearning to bring some life and music to his grey and downtrodden corner of eighties Dublin. Jimmy (played energetically by Andrew Linnie)  seeks his escape from dreary working life through managing a Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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The Last Tango

The Last Tango  is  slick, stylish and an  emotive production which takes the form of a memory play. George, an older man, is cleaning out his attic prior to moving out, as he finds various items he is taken back to key moments dominated by the love of his life. Vincent Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Gangsta Granny Regent Theatre

David Walliams to children  is a superstar of the literary world and Gangsta Granny is a mix of real life situations which turn into unlikely scenarios which underpins much of his storytelling. Lots of children will be familiar with boring nights sleeping at Gran’s. This is the theme that sets up this Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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The Rocky Horror Show

A cult classic came to the Regent Theatre tonight that saw women and more men, don their fishnet stockings, basques  and singing voices. Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show sparkled onto the stage to bring the surreal, sexy and hilarious musical to dedicated fans. The characters burst with energy as they rocked through hits from Time Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Hairspray Regent Theatre

EVERYONE has a dream. Tracy Turnblad is no different, the big girl from Baltimore dreams of making it big but her fledgling career in the limelight has to take a back seat as the misfit teen takes on a bigger cause, to end segregation on the show of the moment, Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Save the last dance for me

Set in the seaside town of Lowestoft, the play follows the holiday fortnight of teenage sisters Marie and Jennifer as they are invited to a nearby US Air Force Base to sing, eat hotdogs and dance to the early hours. Between excursions to the campsite, visits to the beach and ice creams Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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The Mousetrap. Regent Theatre

Dame Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap is the world’s longest running theatre production. It’s been going for just over sixty years, has toured around the world and been met with critical acclaim wherever it goes. Now the production is on a new tour. The Mousetrap is a classic whodunnit, set in Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Chitty Bang Bang

It’s one of the world’s most popular stage shows and the all star cast in its latest reinvention more than do it justice. Yet despite this star studded cast, the car is the star in this wonderful tale of the adventures of one family and their flying car. Chitty taking Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago