Save The Last Dance For Me | Theatre Review

Last night saw the return of Save the Last Dance For Me to the Regent Theatre in Stoke-on-Trent.  Brought to us bythe mac daddy of all things theatre, Mr Bill Kenright, the mastermind behind Dreamboats and Petticoats, Save the Last Dance for Me is a Rock n Roll celebration of songs from the 60’s sprinkled with love and a little bit of heartbreak along the way. Marie (Elizabeth Carter) and her sister Jennifer (Lola Saunders) after strict instructions from their parents are set to go on their first “grown up” holiday… In lovely Lowestoft.  Tired of the rain and multiple trips to see Summer…

Horrible Histories | Groovy Greeks

You could say that I’ve been a fan of the theatre since I went along to the Regent Theatre with my mum (and a Walnut Whip) to watch a little ginger haired Annie step on stage. My eyes welled up listening to them sing “Tomorrow” (nothing to do with me relating to Annie being a frizzy little ginger urchin like myself) and seeing one of my favourite films being brought to life on stage was an amazing experience. It was from that moment that my love affair with the theatre began and every time I visit the theatre I always…

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Musical | Theatre Review

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is up there with the likes of Sound of Music and Mary Poppins as “shows you must have watched at the age of 8/any time it’s shown on the TV over Christmas or Bank Holiday weekend!” With this in mind, consider me ashamed to admit that even though I could burst into a perfectly impressive rendition of the infamous song (you know the one) I’ve never actually seen the film version of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! As such I went along to the opening night of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang musical at the Regent Theatre in…

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