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Win Tickets to see Heathers The Musical

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As J.D. would say, Greetings and salutations… you a Heather?   If you are, you’ve come to the right place. Yes, you’ve guessed it. Some of us at Everything Theatre are old enough to remember the original Heathers film, with the very young Christian Slater and Winona Ryder in their staring roles, and we were big fans.  So we’re rather excited that it’s now on the stage too. Even more fantastic is that we’re able to offer one lucky fan a ...

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Jekyll and Hyde, Chickenshed – Review

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Pros: Immersive and beautiful staging Cons: Slightly difficult to follow This musical adaptation sees Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale transplanted from its original Edinburgh setting to a smoggy, dark and dingy Victorian London. That setting is stunningly brought to life through the staging, which immerses the audience from the moment they approach the theatre door with faded notices adorning soot-covered red brick walls. The classic nineteenth-century urban street setting – worthy of Oliver or Les Mis – gives the cast a huge stage to work ...

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Finborough Theatre – Venue Guide

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The Finborough Theatre www.finboroughtheatre.co.uk Seating capacity: 50 A brief history: The Finborough Theatre was founded in 1980, above the pub from which it took its name. The pub itself originating from 1868.  It soon forged its reputation as a location for new writing, and during the 1980s hosted numerous names that have gone on to become big in their own fields, from actors to writers. Why we love it: A versatile venue that can quickly be reconfigured for any type ...

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Theatre503 – Venue guide

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Theatre503 https://theatre503.com/ Seating capacity: 63 A brief history: Whilst the venue dates back to 1982, the name Theatre503 came into existence in 2002. Since then it’s become known for its efforts to nurture new writing, even running its own international writers prize every two years that has attracted entrants from all around the world. Why we love it: Theatre503 is a little gem of a place if you love your theatre with a big bite of social commentary. It may ...

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