It’s good sense for Colchester’s Mercury Theatre to reopen with Baskerville, a family-friendly lark: Ken Ludwig’s take on Sherlock Holmes’ adventure with the Hound of the Baskervilles.
Cheeky little romp Moll Flanders, through the life of a fictitious and notorious London whore, has now been turned into a saucy theatre production, complete with the occasional ditty, premiering at the Mercury Theatre Colchester.
The beautifully fast, fluid staging moves of Brighton Rock combine with a loving creation of that dark 1950s seaside underworld complete. And the two young principals are more than worth seeing.
The Weir is a piece of theatre that will remind you that at its best all you need are a few good voices with some well-chosen words for a thoroughly enthralling evening.
Monty Python comedy legend John Cleese has adapted George Feydeau’s 1892 French farce BANG BANG for a brand-new staging which opens this month at Mercury Theatre Colchester… Tell us about Bang Bang. What subjects does it deal with? And why is farce the best medium? I have always been drawn to farce, because since the first one I ever saw, …
John Cleese’s brand new adaptation of Georges Feydeau’s 1892 French farce, Bang Bang, opening at Mercury Theatre Colchester in March, will be led by Oliver Cotton and Caroline Langrishe.