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Rock of Ages

Kevin from Grimsby as we know him, “Strictly” champ has transformed into an egotistical rock god Stacee Jaxx This is Kevin as you’ve never seen him before. Rock Of Ages is  a non stop Eighties musical,  the era of  tight jeans and bandanas. A raunchy and cheeky show with many Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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KINKY BOOTS. Regent Theatre

Music and lyrics by Grammy and Tony winner Cyndi Lauper and based on the book by Harvey Fierstein and the 2005 film version, Kinky Boots, written by Geoff Deane and Tim Firth  is based on true events. It’s the story of Charlie Price played by Joel Harper-Jackson who inherits a Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Robin Hood Regent Theatre

This year’s panto is  full of impressive singing and dancing supported by a  talented ensemble cast and the Wilkes Academy of Performing Arts. So much a part of the local Christmas festivities, this year’s show lives up to all expectations and more. The end of act one closes with a magical Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Review: Full Monty

The Full Monty wheels into town as the huge British film success takes to the stage for its 2018/2019 tour. For those unfamiliar, six down on their luck characters, each with as complicated as they are heartwarming back-stories, take Sheffield by storm with their novel money-making scheme. The characters whilst Read more…

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Review: Calendar Girls

The Regent Theatre lifted the curtain on it’s latest smash, Calendar Girls last night. The true story of of a local Women’s Institute from Yorkshire who braved and bared all for a calendar following the death of a husband of one of it’s members’ With household names like Tim Firth Read more…

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Blood Brothers

Their lives were worlds apart… Their destiny joined them together. The legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of life, one in comfort, one in a struggle, only to meet again with fateful consequences. Few musicals have Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Summer Holiday. Regent Theatre

Former X-factor runner up Ray Quinn provides the star quality as Don, played originally of course by Cliff Richard. The show introduces us to Don and his pals who work in the London Transport mechanics facility. It’s a miserable summer in England  so Don persuades his employers to lend him Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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Beautiful

Beginning with the  Carnegie Hall concert in June 1971 to celebrate her  album Tapestry, Beautiful the Carole King musical story quickly goes back 14 years to a 16-year-old King (then Carol Joan Klein) about to sell her first song (It Might as Well Rain Until September)In the blink of an Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago
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This is Elvis

This is Elvis is set in 1968. Elvis’s career has gone downhill  after one too many bad movies, he’s lost touch with his roots. He’s been eclipsed by the likes of The Beatles and Tom Jones. Then Elvis secures a TV show on NBC. Visionary producer Steve Binder, who believes Read more…

By Angela Smith, ago