A religious experience
‘The Book of Mormon’ is the greatest piece of musical theatre to bubble forth in the last ten years (I’m calling it) and it’s coming to the Sunderland Empire in August.
The Kagools create the maddest of madcap worlds and you’re all invited to pay their latest forays into the outer reaches of physical comedy a visit when they play the next Cat...
Pelvic thrusts at the ready
Brad and Janet are shocked, SHOCKED, that so much depravity is about to engulf the Theatre Royal. Get set for another whirl around the Rocky Horror Show.
Who’s in the House?
The Customs House in South Shields have already had a super 2019 and the coming months look rather tasty, too.
Can we mention Autumn, yet?
I know that the sun is still beating down but Northern Stage have such an enticing Autumn programme that I simply can’t wait to tell you about it…
There will be thrills aplenty when this year’s Billingham International Folklore Festival of World Dance opens its doors in August.
Trivial comedy for serious people
Oscar Wilde’s finest ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ is coming to the Gala Theatre in August. Altogether now: A HANDBAG!
Laughs, cameras, action!
‘Matt and Hal’s Gag Reels’ is the fabulous panel show from comedians Matt Reed and Hal Branson with a films theme.
All that jazz (high school style)
The always amazing Gala Theatre Stage School are presenting ‘Chicago: High School Edition’ in July and August. Get ready for some sizzle.
Custom made laughs
The frankly marvellous South Tyneside Comedy Festival is back at the Customs House in July with a line-up packing big guffaws.
Getting it before Edinburgh
There are plenty of comics previewing all-new material at The Stand this July ahead of playing this year’s Fringe in Edinburgh.
A fanny thing happened on the way to the theatre
Your Aunt Fanny are an all-female comedy sketch group from the north-east and their latest show is called ‘Minge Unhinged’. Muff said.