Review: Curtains at The Lyceum

The Mousetrap meets A Chorus Line in this thrilling musical whodunnit. Curtains puts a comedic spin on the classic murder mystery story, complete with...

Review: Ten Times Table at The Lyceum

Alan Ayckbourn’s Ten Times Table centres on the inner politics of a committee tasked with organising a pageant in their local town. The seemingly...

Review: Build a Rocket at Theatre Deli

Build a Rocket follows nearly two decades in the life of Yasmin (Serena Manteghi), a teenage single mum whose story treads a very familiar...

It’s True, It’s True, It’s True at Theatre Deli

Blending Renaissance history into modern commentary, It’s True, It’s True, It’s True is a ferociously feminist retelling of the 1612 trial of Agostino Tassi,...

Review: On Your Feet at The Lyceum

On paper, a musical about the lives of Cuban-American music duo, Gloria and Emilio Estefan, sounds like quite a tough sell. Especially in the...

Review: It Moves Forward at Graves Gallery

Two rooms house the exhibition at the Graves Gallery and are filled with art that does not follow any rules. Richard Hamilton himself often...

Review: The Time is Now at Millennium Gallery

Does time work with us or against us? Should we be living in the here and now? Sheffield’s Millennium Gallery aims to challenge our...

Review: Blokes, Fellas, and Geezers at Theatre Deli

The title summaries it all; this one-man performance is an exploration of all things patriarchal and masculine as protagonist Jake (played by Jake Jarratt)...

Review: 100 Years at Theatre Deli

Inspired by Gabriel García Márquez’s landmark 1967 novel, 100 Years shamelessly turns the pivotal novel of magical realism into a one woman show. Tamsin...

Review: The Woman in Black at The Lyceum

Based on the well-known novel by Susan Hill, The Woman in Black finds its niche in telling the story from the viewpoint of an...

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