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Review: Cilla The Musical, Theatre Royal Norwich

Review: Cilla, Theatre Royal Norwich

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REVIEW: Legally Blonde The Musical, Theatre Royal Norwich

Legally Blonde, 
Theatre Royal

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Lauren Chinery stars in Miss Nightingale

Former star of Haverhill’s Centre Stage Company lands her first lead in West End show

An actress who served her apprenticeship in Haverhill’s Centre Stage Company has won her first lead role in a West End musical.

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Thomas Hearn (Sweeney Todd) and Iona Griffey (Mrs Lovett), star in Stoke College's production of Sweeney Todd

Stoke College production ready to ‘Shock & Roll’ in Haverhill

Stoke College students are returning to Haverhill with a young, energetic and slightly zany cast in this fun-packed production of “The Sweeney Todd Shock & Roll Show”.

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The full cast of Jack & the Beanstalk on stage at Haverhill Arts Centre. Picture by Andy Mayes/Idyllic Imagery

It’s another impressive panto from Haverhill’s amateur drama group - oh yes it is!

Jack & the Beanstalk,

by The Centre Stage Company.

at Haverhill Arts Centre

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Steven Roach (centre), who plays the Dame, Mother Trott, and Graeme Johnson (right), who plays Baron Hardup, in rehearsal for the Centre Stage Company's new pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk

A production of gigantic proportions for Haverhill drama group

Hapless villains, a dashing young hero and a dame with more double entendres than a Carry On film.

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Around the World in 80 Days

Review: Around the World in 80 Day, Theatre Royal Norwich

Around The World in 80 Days, 
Theatre Royal Norwich

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The cast of Hedda Gabler

Review: Hedda Gabler, Norwich Theatre Royal

Hedda Gabler, Theatre Royal Norwich

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Tom Chambers stars in Crazy for You

Review: Lack of Flack no problem for Crazy For You

Crazy For You, Theatre Royal Norwich

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A scene from Legally Blonde. Picture by Andy Mayes/Idyllic Imagery

Talented cast impress in musical

Legally Blonde,

at Haverhill Arts Centre, Tuesday, October 17.

Review by Jim Morgan

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MHBG-10-05-12 Ents Scary Little Girls

Scary Little Girls head to Horseheath

Inn Crowd, a project by Creative Arts East that enables pubs to put on performances by professional artists and companies, is coming to The Old Red Lion in Horseheath.

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Jodie Prenger in Shirley Valentine

REVIEW: Shirley Valentine, Norwich Theatre Royal

Shirley Valentine, 
Theatre Royal Norwich

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Helena (Emma Letcher) receives offers of marriage from four young lords (Billie Allen, Sian Bowyer, Daisy Robson-Baillie and Sarah Norton) in Outspoken Theatre Company's production of All's Well That Ends Well.

Outdoor Shakespeare production set for Haverhill and nearby villages

A dying king, a scorned wife and an inveterate liar are among the characters visiting venues in and around Haverhill next week in the latest outdoor Shakespeare production by local group Outspoken Theatre Company.

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A Murder Is Announced

REVIEW: A Murder Is Announced

A Murder Is Announced, Theatre Royal Norwich

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The Play That Goes Wrong. Photo: HELEN MURRAY

REVIEW: The Play That Went Wrong

The Play That Went Wrong, Theatre Royal Norwich

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Twelfth Night.

REVIEW: Twelfth Night, Theatre Royal Norwich

Twelfth Night, Theatre Royal. Norwich

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A scene from Sister Act @ Leicester Curve. Directed and Choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood.'(Opening 30-07-16)'�Tristram Kenton 07/16'(3 Raveley Street, LONDON NW5 2HX TEL 0207 267 5550  Mob 07973 617 355)email: tristram@tristramkenton.com

REVIEW: Sister Act, Theatre Royal Norwich

This high energy production is a great showcase for X Factor winner Alexandra Burke, a powerhouse of a singer who gets to display her great comic talent.

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A scene from The Woman In Black by Susan Hill @ Fortune Theatre. Directed by Robin Herford'(Taken 26-07-16)'�Tristram Kenton 07/16'(3 Raveley Street, LONDON NW5 2HX TEL 0207 267 5550  Mob 07973 617 355)email: tristram@tristramkenton.com

REVIEW: The Woman In Black, Theatre Royal Norwich

This spine-tingling ghost story, from a Susan Hill novel, comes with a big reputation for simply scaring its audience half to death. And, judging by last night’s reaction, with several folk letting out great shrieks, it succeeds!

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Amanda Abbington in Abigail's Party

REVIEW: Abigail’s Party, Theatre Royal Norwich

Abigail’s Party, Theatre Royal Norwich

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