Hey Duggee: The Live Theatre Show – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/dpVWO2druNk Directed and Co-Adapted by Matthew Xia Co-Adapted and Musical Supervisor & Arrangement by Vikki Stone ★★★★ Dig out your top hat and stick cane folks, we’re puttin’ on a show. Transitioning a six-time BAFTA-winning animated children’s show Hey Duggee to the stage isn’t an easy feat, with legions of Hey Duggee fans present – who wouldn’t settle for a strict … Continue reading Hey Duggee: The Live Theatre Show – Festival Theatre

Jersey Boys – Edinburgh Playhouse

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice Music by Bob Gaudio with Lyrics by Bob Crewe Directed by Des McAnuff ★★★★ If we listed some of The Four Seasons' choice hits, this would surely be enough to tempt even the most unfamiliar into watching the international juggernaut which is Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice’s Jersey Boys, … Continue reading Jersey Boys – Edinburgh Playhouse

Jesus Christ Superstar – Churchill Theatre

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics by Tim Rice Directed by Izzy Ponsford ★★★ Locating the humanity, the extremes within the psychology of biblical figures, Jesus Christ Superstar breathes an intentional juxtaposition into politics, the church, misplaced adoration, and now gender composites. One of the most successful, indeed complicated, sung-through western musicals – Andrew Lloyd Webber and … Continue reading Jesus Christ Superstar – Churchill Theatre

Burns – Edinburgh Playhouse

Written and Composed by Tish Tindall Directed by Diane Aspinall and Tish Tindall ★★ Our national dish, the Haggis: you take, what many consider to be, the worst aspects of another dish, the off-cuts, and cram them together with dashes of flavour, spice, and panache. The result is unique, an acquired (but delicious) taste, and … Continue reading Burns – Edinburgh Playhouse

Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs – Festival Theatre

Written by Harry Michaels and Allan Stewart With Additional Material by Grant Stott and Jordan Young Directed by Ed Curtis ★★★★ Hiya pals, now - the first thing you might have noticed is that we seem to be in a new home. While the Lady of Leven Street has a slumber, her younger sibling is … Continue reading Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs – Festival Theatre