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Review: “The Cemetery Club” at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

Review: “The Cemetery Club” at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

By Claire Faulkner It was a pleasure to see so many people at The Lyceum for the opening night of ‘The Cemetery Club’. With lots of laughs and a couple of tears, this production explores the relationships of three friends who try to cope with the death of their husbands.

Review: Hull Truck’s “DNA” at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

Review: Hull Truck’s “DNA” at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

By Claire Faulkner Brought to Crewe Lyceum by Hull Truck, ‘DNA’ proved to be a powerful and thought provoking production. Directed by Anthony Banks, the cast of young actors brought to life the incredible invisible influence peer pressure can hold over all of us.

May 22, 2012 0 comments Latest, Reviews, Theatre Reviews
REVIEW: Curtain Call Productions show “Rent” at Crewe Lyceum

REVIEW: Curtain Call Productions show “Rent” at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner Directed by Joel Montague, rock opera “Rent” follows a group of friends for a year who struggle to cope with life, love, drugs and AIDS. Fast-paced, highly visual and with amazing sound, this production succeeds in portraying life and difficulties in modern America.

Hit stage play ‘Kiss Chase’ at Crewe Lyceum this month

Hit stage play ‘Kiss Chase’ at Crewe Lyceum this month

Some familiar faces will be on stage at Crewe Lyceum later this month when a highly-acclaimed new play comes to town. Kiss Chase, which opens on May 28, stars Stephen Beckett, Jenny Funnell, Marcus Hutton and Ben Roddy.

May 14, 2012 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, News
Hull Truck’s UK-hit show “DNA” to play at Crewe Lyceum

Hull Truck’s UK-hit show “DNA” to play at Crewe Lyceum

The Hull Truck production of DNA comes to Crewe Lyceum later this month, starring Eastenders actor James Alexandrou. The compelling thriller by award-winning writer Dennis Kelly, has been directed and designed by Anthony Banks, of the National Theatre.

Review: ‘An Eligible Man’ at Crewe’s Lyceum Theatre

Review: ‘An Eligible Man’ at Crewe’s Lyceum Theatre

By Claire Faulkner Produced and directed by Ian Dickens, ‘An Eligible Man’ will surprise and please audiences at Crewe’s Lyceum this week. The charming comedy tells the story of Charles, a recent widower who finds himself trying to cope with life on his own.

The Drifters to perform live at Crewe Lyceum

The Drifters to perform live at Crewe Lyceum

Fans of The Drifters are in for a treat when the  group performs at Crewe’s Lyceum Theatre as part of its UK tour. The group, which has been performing for almost 60 years, will be in town on April 21.

Review: Moscow State Circus at Crewe Lyceum

Review: Moscow State Circus at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner I  can’t remember the last time I went to a circus, and what few memories I do have include the ring-master with his top hat and being scared by the clown. So when The Moscow State Circus came to Crewe this week, I decided to go along and see how things had changed.

REVIEW: Snow White panto season a hit at Crewe Lyceum

REVIEW: Snow White panto season a hit at Crewe Lyceum

Panto season is well and truly in full swing at The Lyceum in Crewe, writes Claire Faulkner. ‘Snow White’ gives the audience everything that a well loved traditional pantomime has to offer.

December 10, 2011 0 comments Latest, Reviews, Theatre Reviews
Lyceum unveils Snow White Christmas panto ticket offer

Lyceum unveils Snow White Christmas panto ticket offer

Parents can laugh along with their kids at this year’s Crewe Lyceum panto – as they’ll only be paying child’s prices. The panto, Snow White, will be one of the biggest stage shows presented as part of the theatre’s 2011 centenary year celebrations.

Nantwich hosts “Very Best in Stand Up” New Year’s Eve special

Nantwich hosts “Very Best in Stand Up” New Year’s Eve special

“‘The Very Best in Stand Up” returns to Nantwich Civic Hall on New Year’s Eve for the first time ever. A top bill of acts showcasing the best of the international circuit will help revellers laugh their way into the New Year.

REVIEW: Death By Fatal Murder, Crewe Lyceum

REVIEW: Death By Fatal Murder, Crewe Lyceum

Inspector Pratt returned to Crewe Lyceum on Tuesday for the opening night of ‘Death by Fatal Murder’, writes Claire Faulkner. The real joy of watching an Ian Dickens’ production lies in the skillful casting and comical performances of those on stage.

November 16, 2011 0 comments Comedy Reviews, Reviews, Theatre Reviews
REVIEW: Comedian Ken Dodd tickles the Crewe Lyceum crowd

REVIEW: Comedian Ken Dodd tickles the Crewe Lyceum crowd

By Claire Faulkner
I’d been warned it would be a late night.

But when the King of Knotty Ash comes to town, what else can you do but dust off your tickle stick and join in the fun.

November 5, 2011 0 comments Comedy Reviews, Latest, Reviews