Theatre and Comedy

Theatre & Comedy

Cassandra caught up in Mousetrap mystery

The Mousetrap  opened at the Theatre Royal Nottingham in October 1952 and reached London’s West End a month later where it has run continuously ever since which means  Agatha Christie’s great play has been entertaining audiences from around the world for as long as the Queen has been on the throne
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Drawing out essence of Leonardo

He was arguably the greatest artist of all time but with much of his life’s work unrealised or destroyed, many of Leonardo da Vinci’s greatest achievements are seen through his drawings.
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The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute, Grand Theatre, Leeds

This is the most problematic of Mozart's four major operas, largely because of the hotchpotch of love stories, light comedy, supernatural magic and Masonic ritual from which it is cobbled together.
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Farewell to life in Benidorm

Although it was 40 years ago, Janine Duvitski  sees a direct line from her breakthrough role in Abigail’s Party to her appearance in Benidorm and the live spin-off to the TV series which comes to the Lyceum next week.
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