Opening on Friday 5th February at the New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-lyme. Embarking on a tour The Merry Wives will be shown at multiple locations including Liverpool Playhouse, Everyman theatre Cheltenham, York theatre Royal and The Rose Kingston.
If you enjoy your Shakespeare light, funny and wickedly entertaining, The Merry Wives is a must see – with verbal fun, physical comedy and a bevy of cunningly colourful characters.
Directed by Barrie Rutter, The Merry Wives will tickle your funny bone and poke a jovial finger in the eye of middle England.
Fresh from her graduation from Mountview, ANNA SODEN opens ROBIN HOOD with GOBBLEDIGOOK THEATRE at […]
Opening tonight: ELIANNE BYRNE plays Titania in Feelgood Theatre’s beautiful production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM […]
ANNA SODEN‘s final year at MOUNTVIEW culminates in her final year show URINETOWN, THE MUSICAL which […]
ADAM BARLOW plays Christian and ANDREW WHITEHEAD plays Le Bret in Northern Broadsides much anticipated production of […]
The John Godber Company & Theatre Royal Wakefield open the world-premiere of John Godber’s latest […]
Once again, the ridiculously, fabulously talented ANDREW POLLARD writes, directs and stars in PETER PAN – […]
We’re delighted to have LAURYN REDDING in Living Spit’s raucous take on the Mary Shelley classic […]
You can see GEMMA PAIGE NORTH perform in 1623 THEATRE CO’s experimental double-bill and exciting new […]
Following Hammerpuzzle Theatre Company’s tour of King John in 2015, BRYN HOLDING returns to direct Thomas […]
John Elkington opens tonight in Brassed Off at Oldham Coliseum where he plays Jim, playing […]