September 30 2014 Latest news:
Comedies in the past, present and future. historical drama to Noel Coward, George Bernard Shaw and Shakespeare for younger audiences. This week sees a diverse selection on our stages. SIMON PARKIN highlights what see from the stalls.
A Norfolk-and-bred real-life Billy Elliot is set to take to London’s West End once again this weekend. ADELE NORRIS reports.
Summer might be slipping away, but autumn won’t disappoint culture vultures. From theatre to dance, music to comedy, there’s a plethora of cultural delights in the coming weeks. SIMON PARKIN offers a guide to some of this autumn’s hottest ticket.
Big band and swing classics will be brought to life by top performers on Cromer Pier next weekend.
Harper Lee’s tale of society’s intolerance to the other has affected a half-century of readers around the world: this theatrical retelling retains and builds on that power.