The Duchess of Malfi, Review | Masque Theatre, Northampton

Northampton’s oldest amateur theatre group present John Webster’s classic revenge tragedy at The Holy Sepulchre until 6 April. Northampton based ‘Masque Theatre’ take on John Webster’s deliciously dark ‘The Duchess of Malfi’, the renowned Revenge Tragedy that has delighted and disgusted audiences since 1613. Directed by John Myhill and performed Continue Reading

Touching The Void, Review | Royal & Derngate Northampton

Based on the award winning book and documentary film, Touching the Void presents the heart stopping, toe curling true story of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates’ formidable climb up Siula Grand. Written by David Greig and directed by Tom Morris, this ambitious new play amazingly transports the audience right to Continue Reading

The Lovely Bones, Review | Royal & Derngate, Northampton

Alice Sebold’s world-renowned novel ‘The Lovely Bones’ is brought to life on stage for the very first time at Northampton’s Royal and Derngate, adapted by Bryony Lavery and directed by Melly Still. A story that manages to break and warm the heart in equal measures, the story of Susie Salmon Continue Reading

In Addition, Review | Orange Skies Theatre at Bedfringe 2018

‘Orange Skies’ theatre companies new play ‘In Addition’ was on face value a small piece; two actors, a handful of lights and an hour in length however it was far from small in its impact. Written and directed by ‘Orange Skies’ founder Daisy Minto, In Addition follows young couple Sheyna (Rachel Elizabeth Continue Reading

NMTC (Youth) Les Misérables Review | Cripps Hall Theatre, Northampton

Northampton Musical Theatre Company’s brand new Youth Society make their debut with the classic Les Misérables at Cripps Hall Theatre. I think you’ll agree most musical fanatics have a special place for ‘Les Misérables’ in their hearts as the longest-running musical in the West End – a musical by Claude-Michel Continue Reading