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Feature: Dr Phil Hammond on his Crewe Lyceum show

Feature: Dr Phil Hammond on his Crewe Lyceum show

By Claire Faulkner
Dr Phil Hammond is a very busy man.

However, the GP turned hospital doctor, writer, comic and broadcaster still has time to visit South Cheshire.

X Factor star Amelia Lily to star at Crewe Lyceum show Joseph

X Factor star Amelia Lily to star at Crewe Lyceum show Joseph

Amelia Lily is set to bring X Factor the Crewe Lyceum in this year’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

She will perform the role of Narrator alongside fellow X Factor finalist Lloyd Daniel’s Joseph at the Lyceum from March 3 to 8.

“That’ll be the Day” musical director looks forward to Crewe Lyceum return

“That’ll be the Day” musical director looks forward to Crewe Lyceum return

By Claire Faulkner
To the delight of its fans, the smash hit musical ‘That’ll Be The Day’ returns to The Lyceum in Crewe later this month.

Well-known by theatre goers, ‘That’ll Be The Day’ has been described as the best rock and roll shown on the road, covering hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

Crewe Lyceum Theatre to stage first wedding fayre

Crewe Lyceum Theatre to stage first wedding fayre

The stage is set for the Crewe Lyceum Theatre’s first Wedding Fayre this weekend.

The venue will feature displays from leading wedding suppliers in Cheshire, two bridal fashion catwalk shows and a showcase ceremony in the theatre’s historic auditorium.

Crewe Lyceum unveils ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ pantomime game app

Crewe Lyceum unveils ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ pantomime game app

Crewe Lyceum Theatre is promoting its traditional Christmas pantomime this year – with a new Crewe Pantomime Challenge game for mobile phones!

The game has been inspired by pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk, and is available for iOS and Android users.

Review: Agatha Christie’s “Black Coffee” at Crewe Lyceum

Review: Agatha Christie’s “Black Coffee” at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner
Agatha Christie is the Queen of murder mystery – and Poirot fans will be pleased to know that ‘Black Coffee’ is on at The Lyceum this week.

A Bill Kenwright production in association with The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, ‘Black Coffee’ was the first of Christie’s plays and the only one to include the famous Belguim detective, ‘Hercule Poirot’.

November 12, 2014 0 comments Theatre Reviews, What's On & Reviews
TV comedian Alan Carr to play Crewe Lyceum on 2015 UK tour

TV comedian Alan Carr to play Crewe Lyceum on 2015 UK tour

Comedian and TV personality Alan Carr will play Crewe Lyceum Theatre during his UK tour in 2015.

The BAFTA and British Comedy Award winning comedian will be in South Cheshire on Saturday March 14.

November 9, 2014 2 comments Human Interest, News
‘Game of Thrones’ star looks ahead to Crewe Lyceum show

‘Game of Thrones’ star looks ahead to Crewe Lyceum show

By Claire Faulkner
A star of TV hit ‘Game of Thrones’ is bringing the award-winning play Stones In His Pockets to the Crewe Lyceum on November 17.

Directed by Ian McElhinney, the play has received outstanding reviews from critics in the West End and on Broadway.

Russian State Ballet to perform “Swan Lake” at Crewe Lyceum

Russian State Ballet to perform “Swan Lake” at Crewe Lyceum

Russian State Ballet and Opera House burst onto the Crewe Lyceum stage again with a new performance of Swan Lake.

The show includes all the colour, enthusiasm and vibrancy the company normally delivers, with Tchaikovsky’s famous score and a timeless story of good versus evil.

Pink Floyd tribute band Think Floyd to play at Crewe Lyceum

Pink Floyd tribute band Think Floyd to play at Crewe Lyceum

The UK’s number one Pink Floyd tribute show will be performing at Crewe Lyceum Theatre next month.

THINK FLOYD have been celebrating one of the world’s greatest musical icons for 20 years.

Review: “Ha Ha Hood and the Prince of Leaves”, Crewe Lyceum Theatre

Review: “Ha Ha Hood and the Prince of Leaves”, Crewe Lyceum Theatre

By Claire Faulkner
After watching ‘Ha Ha Hood and the Prince of Leaves’ at The Lyceum, I somehow feel my theatre days are now complete.

I’ve never really seen anything like this production before.

September 12, 2014 1 comment Theatre Reviews, What's On & Reviews
Strictly’s Lisa Riley launches Cheshire panto at Bridgemere Garden Centre

Strictly’s Lisa Riley launches Cheshire panto at Bridgemere Garden Centre

Cheshire’s biggest pantomime “Jack and the Beanstalk” is already blooming with a ‘giant’ panto launch at Bridgemere Garden Centre, Nantwich.

The stars were out in full force for the event with Lisa Riley and Brendan Sheerin exploring the centre’s gardens and joining supporters of Crewe Lyceum with a special meet and greet.

Review: John Godber’s “April in Paris” at Crewe Lyceum

Review: John Godber’s “April in Paris” at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner
It was a sheer delight to go along to the opening night of ‘April in Paris’ at The Lyceum.

Written and directed by John Godber, well-known for ‘Bouncers’ and ‘Shakers’, this wonderful modern comedy had the audience completely spell-bound and very quickly lost in the world of the two main characters.

September 6, 2014 0 comments Theatre Reviews, What's On & Reviews