Star of the show Chelsea Halfpenny talks us through the pop-infused pie-baking musical's time on the road ahead of its visit to the Theatre Royal.
Cluedo delivers mirth with its murder as the board-game-turned-film-turned-stage-show lands at Theatre Royal Brighton for its next turn.
Gloriously fierce yet flippant production of Coward's charismatic comedy, elevated by fantastic performances.
Cryptography and criminality take to the stage in this overwrought yet enjoyable adaptation of Dan Brown's best-selling novel.
Transylvania’s fearsome Count takes up residence at Theatre Royal Brighton for one night only as part of James Gaddas' one-man reimagining.
An underdeveloped book and score slightly undermine an otherwise excellent production with an important message.
Groan Ups is an interesting break in convention for the Mischief troupe that layers comedy with heart and farce with thought.
Packing more shine than the track team’s trophy cabinet this production excels at feelgood, laugh-a-minute, rainbow-palette fun.
Part crime-thriller, part family drama and proof that no good deed goes unpunished - a punchy, thrilling adaptation that is let down by its source material.
An added chapter to the legend and an evening of silliness and unclean fun to be enjoyed by Shakespeare lovers and haters alike.
Engaging and heartfelt show that tactfully pulls back the curtain of nostalgia to shine light on the hardships of growing up.
Brighton 'Future Punk' twosome are a force to be reckoned with and know how to deliver a show packed with fearless, upbeat punk spirit.
A passionate case of progress versus traditionalism, grounded in a pivotal moment within the history of medicine, gives voice to those too often unheard.
The scares come thick and fast in this haunting unmasking of why we fear what we do, deftly interlacing its horror with character and heart.
Jennifer Saunders stars in this light-hearted production of one of Coward's greatest works, confident in its charm and assured in its silliness.
A visceral, intricate and eclectic mosaic of forgotten fairy tales expertly brought to life with signature flair and charm by theatre company 1927.
A fun, colourful and spirited adaptation of the Dickens classic that won't leave you out in the cold! We caught Truestory's retelling of the Christmas tale at The Spire.