November 26, 2017

Keisha Thompson is an astonishing writer and performer. It’s not so much the poetic phrases and star-gazing metaphors that pepper her solo piece, Man on the Moon – though these are plentiful. It’s the delicate way that she handles big issues like mental health, family,...

Fantastic night last night at Lodore Falls Hotel in Keswick with A Twisted Christmas Carol (I know, it gets earlier every year doesn’t it...!). Big thanks to Pete, Ash, Kerry, Beth and the wonderful staff and guests!

November 19, 2017

After a decade producing stage versions of thrillers by the Queen of Crime The Agatha Christie Theatre Company has had a revamp to become The Classic Thriller Company. One cannot quibble with the choice of the late Ruth Rendell as a ‘classic’ thriller writer. She was a...

We had a hilarious morning, rehearsing for our brand new, never performed Christmas show, Slay Bells Ring, the story of warring shopkeeper brothers, Mark and Spencer Woolie.

Be the first to see it at Stone House Hotel on 7 December. Details on Events page.


November 17, 2017

Derek Jarman’s gloriously imperfect film Jubilee divided opinion in 1978. Its harshest critics were the leaders of the punk movement it seemingly celebrated, with Vivienne Westwood accusing it of that most heinous crime of being boring.

Almost 40 years on, director Chri...

November 10, 2017

Spamalot, the musical, lovingly ripped off from the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, has returned to send a ripple of laughter through the theatre goers of Manchester.

Produced by Selladoor and based on the book by Eric Idle, it is classic British humour at it...

November 6, 2017

Whatever you think about migration since Brexit (and perhaps for some time before) it has rarely been out of the media. What Once Was Ourstakes a unique look at migration, using interviews with young people up and down the country, turning their beliefs into a two-hand...

We had a fantastic night with Pippa and her mates at her Hen Party in Liverpool this weekend! The girls really got involved coming in full costume and even bringing their own Kanye Pest! (Who sadly lasted about as long as our version...!)
Their questioning was, well, q...

…Or Blackadder Goes to Press, as it could be subtitled, as it certainly evokes the spirit of the fantastic World War 1 sitcom. The Wipers Times tells the story of Captain Fred Roberts and his band of brothers who found a printing press in Ypres (or ‘Wipers’ as the Brit...

 Congratulations to Laugh and Let Die actor Phil Chadwick who appeared on last night's Pointless. Well, we say congratulations, but maybe it should be commiserations as he crashed out the (very hard) first round!

Never mind Phil, at least you found the perfect place to...

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