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Majesty, Merriment, Mystery… and a Boeing 747 – GSC’s 2023 Programme

Majesty, merriment and mystery – not to mention a real-life Boeing 747 – feature in Guildford Shakespeare Company’s 17th annual programme, announced today. The company’s offer for 2023 kicks off…

Stage Dragon Review: Good Luck, Studio – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp The award winning Mischief Theatre are regulars at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and they are welcomed back with the brand new show, Good Luck, Studio. They are…

Stage Dragon Review: Othello – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Alice Fowler Anyone who thinks Shakespeare is dull or irrelevant should head apace to the Yvonne Arnaud theatre this week. Frantic Assembly’s touring production of Othello, showing until Saturday,…

‘We Just Love It’ Say Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Volunteers

By Hugh Coakley There is often some reticence with interviewees, maybe nerves about saying the wrong thing or being in the public eye. But meeting Yvonne Arnaud Theatre volunteers was…

Stage Dragon Review: Crimes On Centre Court At The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp New Old Friends Theatre Company are resident at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre for two nights this week, with their five star, hilarious tennis-based murder mystery, Crimes on…

Guitar Concert Rescued at Short Notice

By Gillian Lloyd Three distinguished young guitarists stepped in to rescue a guitar concert at Holy Trinity Church when Paul Galbraith, a renowned innovative classical guitarist, was struck with Covid.…

GSC ‘Raw And Affecting’ Production Of The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

By Alice Fowler The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde has not been out of print since it was published in 1886. Such is its hold on the…

Stage Dragon Review: Noughts & Crosses At The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Alice Fowler Malorie Blackman’s acclaimed and hugely influential young adult novel, Noughts & Crosses, was published 21 years ago. This week, York-based touring theatre company Pilot Theatre brings it…

Stage Dragon Review: Gods of the Game – Grange Park Opera

By Alice Fowler Opera and football may seem unlikely bedfellows. Put class and snobbery aside, however, and their soaring rivalries and passions, triumphs and disasters are closer than we think.…

Stage Dragon Review: ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ At The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp Take some tissues and make sure you have medical insurance, but do try and catch this week’s show at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre if you can to…

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