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Sunday Sports Show Listen Again

Sunday Sports Show Listen Again

By admin

Listen to the Sunday Sports Show. We look back at the game away v Manchester City.  Plus all your comments,  observations and questions You can listen again to Sunday Sports Show on Mixlr.  mixlr.com/knot-fm/showreel  and mixcloud.com/SundaySportsShow ttp://tunein.com/radio/Knot-... Read More »

Son of a Preacher Man. Regent Theatre

By Angela Smith

The Preacher Man, as it’s called, was Soho’s hottest music joint, where kids danced the night away to the latest crazes and dared to dream of love. The joint’s legendary owner, Simon was famous, not only for his vinyl records but for curing lonely hearts with his  words of wisdom... Read More »

Flashdance-The Musical. Regent Theatre

By Angela Smith

Pittsburgh factory worker and welder extraordinaire, Alex Owens, dreams of a better life, a life filled with dance.  Settling for a few nights dancing at Harry’s bar isn’t enough, and she plucks up the courage to apply to the prestigious Shipley Dance Academy.  She’s also got a n... Read More »

Grease Regent Theatre

By Angela Smith

In this new production,  the original plot is followed but the dialogue doesn’t intrude too much into the music. There are around eighteen numbers,  with some from the movie which were not in the original stage show (notably “Grease” and “You’re the one that I want”) and a ... Read More »

Sister Act. Regent Theatre

By Angela Smith

The story is the same, the characters are familiar, however all thoughts of Whoopi Goldberg are dispelled within a few minutes as  Burke  claims the role as her own and has a great stage presence. It’s a heart warming performance. She has  all the right ingredients, a rich powerf... Read More »

The Play That Goes Wrong. Regent Theatre. (May 1st-6th)

By Angela Smith

This is a  compelling production that nails the humour and so makes it work exceptionally well. The plot sees the amateur dramatic club Cornley Polytechnic Society looking to recover from some previous mishaps by staging a production of a 1920s murder mystery. The central play is... Read More »

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