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Twin brothers, Mickey and Edward, are separated at birth as their mother cannot afford to keep them both, Raised only streets apart in the heart of Liverpool; the boys’ lives take two very different... Read more →
This is one of Shakespeare’s better known comedies, with a serious message about the place of Women in that society of the day! Lucentio arrives in Padua and falls for Bianca, who is being... Read more →
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We are so excited to welcome Official Number One Bestselling Soprano, Joanna Forest, to The Archway Theatre. Joanna, who has performed to millions on the BBC, ITV, Sky and Classic FM at events such... Read more →
Caliban’s Island is a prequel to Shakespeare’s The Tempest, delving into the events that shaped Caliban’s rebellion against Prospero and questioning the accepted opinion that he was an evil monster. It also looks at... Read more →
‘At three o’clock in the morning, this is what I think. I think somebody killed him. They killed him, God, I don’t know how I’m uttering these words… they killed him because he’s white... Read more →
Based on E.F. Bensons popular Lucia and Mapp stories, set in Rye. The doyenne of Tillings is the redoubtable Miss Mapp so when Lucia, who peppers her speech with Italian phrases she doesn’t understand... Read more →