‘The real unknown is when people are going to want to go back into the theatres, regardless of government advice. We don’t know that. It will be a long road.’
Sheffield Theatres’ new season includes Standing at the Sky’s Edge by Michael Wynne, with music and lyrics by Richard Hawley; A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Robert Hastie with music by Dan Gillespie Sells; and this year’s Christmas musical Kiss Me, Kate.
Superb performances enliven this revival of Andrea Dunbar’s 1982 classic about sex and poverty in Bradford
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For me, it’s this ongoing decision to keep Rita, Sue and Bob Too performed as a comedy more than a drama that is at the heart of its problem. This should be a play of tiny tragedies.
After 23 years of groundbreaking work and having led its recent successful four-year funding application to the Arts Council of England Max Stafford-Clark is leaving Out of Joint, the theatre company he founded in 1993.
Dirty Protest’s production of Last Christmas at the Traverse is an emotional and beautifully acted tale, but is not as much of an alternative to traditional Christmas theatre as it may first appear.