The return of Fleabag: does it live up to expectation?

Six years on from her premiere performance at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, Phoebe Waller-Bridge returned to the role of Fleabag, performing a limited string...

Vanity publishing: how David Cameron tried to revise his befitting legacy

Following the Brexit Referendum of 2016, David Cameron resigned as prime minister and seemingly fell off the face of the Earth. Rumours of a...

Review: Northern Ballet's Cinderella at The Lyceum

For the first time since it’s 2013 world tour, David Nixon’s reimagination of the classical fairy-tale Cinderella has returned to the stage. Performed by...

Review: Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie made its long-awaited return to Sheffield ahead of its nationwide UK tour, and has been showing  at the Lyceum since...

Review: A Few Short Studies on Cannibalism at Portland Works

Featuring a priest, a failed musician, an ex-convict, a vengeful woman, and a ‘big bloody cow’, Only Lucky Dogs Theatre Company presents its new...

Book review: The Institute by Stephen King

Offering an eclectic mix of Stranger Things, Matilda, and Michael Grant’s Gone series, King’s newest venture is a dystopian twist on modern day childhood. Luke...

Review: Five Years at Theatre Deli

Neal Pike produces a raw, intimate, and absorbing performance in his play, Five Years, with sign language interpretation from Sue Lee. Written and performed...

Review: Grease the Musical

With a sensational ensemble and an orchestra to match, Grease makes for an electrifying night at the theatre.

Review: Of Kith and Kin

This play will haunt you.

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...

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