The Imperial Ice Stars are back at Milton Keynes Theatre this week with their breath-takingly beautiful production of Sleeping Beauty On Ice.
Fans of political dramas will be well served by David Edgar’s new play, If Only, which has its world premiere at Chichester Festival Theatre this week.
More than 70 youngsters aged 4-13 will take to the Leighton Buzzard Theatre stage this week with Leighton Buzzard Children’s Theatre’s latest production Treasure Island The Musical.
Three weeks of the best stand-ups (and maybe a clutch of undiscovered talent too) when the Tringe Festival gets under way on Saturday, June 22.
There’s a lot of talented youngsters in Leighton-Linslade and one lucky star is going to shine at this year’s town carnival as the winner of a theatre group’s talent show.
It’s back to the good old days when DAOS present an Old Time Music Hall at Eaton Bray Village Hall this weekend.
Ira Levin’s sizzling comedy-thriller, Deathtrap, comes to the Grove Theatre ,Dunstable for two nights on June 28/9.
Tring Festival Company are turning soppy with their latest production, She Loves Me, written by Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick and Joe Masteroff, which runs at The Court Theatre from June 25-29.
The Grove Theatre is holding an open day this Sunday to launch its new performing arts school which opens at the venue this September.
The Vale Musical Society (formerly The Vale Gilbert and Sullivan Society) is holding auditions for its next production, Doctor Dolittle, on Sunday June 16 at 2pm in the Anthony Hall, Aston Clinton.
Eugene O’Neill’s 200-minute Strange Interlude is a feat of endurance for audiences at The National Theatre but this sweeping and intensely emotional story is well worth the effort.
At the butt end of the aspirational Aids’ obsessed ‘80s three men are struggling to make sense of the American Dream in Howard Korder’s Pultitzer nominated Boys’ Life which opened at the King’s Head Theatre on Monday.
In a time long forgotten, when children possessed an imagination not crushed by new technology and health and safety restrictions, children played games of cowboys and Indians, pirates, heroes and villains. They could be fighter pilots or nurses. The world was their oyster.
It’s the height of summer (!), and six months before we get out the Christmas lights and celebrate Yule, but the Slapton Players have decided to celebrate early by staging Alan Ayckbourn’s yo-ho-ho comedy, Season’s Greetings.
“They’re a rotten crowd” declares Nick Carraway. So what is it that draws us back again and again to the shallow, empty lives of Tom and Daisy Buchanan, Jay Gatsby and their pals?1 comment
The Next Generation Youth Theatre made a big song and dance about The Little Things at the Hat Factory on Tuesday (May 28).
A hundred years ago the sight of the five Mundy sisters wailing like banshees and leaping around the kitchen table in wild abandon would probably have got them condemned as witches.
The cast of Dennis Potter’s Blue Remembered Hills should find it child’s play to get into character for the award winning drama which has its opening night at Watford Palace Theatre today.
Royal & Derngate latest production on its Royal stage is the multi-award-winning Dancing At Lughnasa, by Irish playwright Brian Friel. This tender, moving yet funny play runs until June 15.
The curtain goes up on a new show by Leighton Masqueraders that marks 30 years of success in the town.
The Gruffalo said that no Gruffalo should Ever set foot in the deep dark wood...
Nearly 24 hours since all the single (and not-so-single) ladies of the news team went to see Luisa Omielan’s sensational show and we are still buzzing from the bootylicious, Beyoncé-crazy performance.
Before Nathan James appeared on The Voice and made the final cut in the Jesus Christ Superstar reality show I saw him at The Grove, Dunstable, in a great little rock show called Route ’66.
It wasn’t five minutes ago that singer/actor Marti Pellow was appearing as the narrator in Blood Brothers. Now he’s back in pretty much the same role, but one in which he’s much better suited, in the smash hit Evita.
Leslie “Hutch” Hutchinson left his home in Grenada as a teenager and went on to become one of the greatest cabaret stars of the 1920s and ‘30s.
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Weather for Leighton Buzzard
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Temperature: 14 C to 21 C
Wind Speed: 7 mph
Wind direction: South east
Temperature: 14 C to 24 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North