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Review: Thriller “Deathtrap” at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

Review: Thriller “Deathtrap” at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

By Claire Faulkner Talking Scarlet and Eastbourne Theatres have South Cheshire audiences on the edge of their seats this week with their show “Deathtrap’ at Crewe Lyceum.

July 2, 2013
Sherlock Holmes comes to Nantwich for open-air theatre night

Sherlock Holmes comes to Nantwich for open-air theatre night

An open-air theatre company is bringing the very best of Sherlock Holmes to Nantwich this summer. Chapterhouse Theatre Company will perform the famous Hound of the Baskervilles in the grounds of Reaseheath College on July 20.

June 26, 2013
Review: “The Forsyte Saga” by Nantwich Players

Review: “The Forsyte Saga” by Nantwich Players

By Claire Faulkner I was intrigued when I first heard that The Nantwich Players had chosen to present ‘The Forsyte Saga’ as their next production. How could they possibly portray such an epic story on stage?

May 22, 2013
Review: “A Night at the West End”, Crewe Lyceum

Review: “A Night at the West End”, Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner I love musical theatre. So I knew I was in for a treat when I went along to Crewe Lyceum to watch Curtain Call Productions latest show “A Night at The West End”.

May 12, 2013
Nantwich primary pupils star in Shakespeare at New Vic Theatre

Nantwich primary pupils star in Shakespeare at New Vic Theatre

Pupils from a Nantwich school went down a storm when they starred in their own version of Shakespeare’s  The Tempest. Year 6 youngsters at Pear Tree Primary, Stapeley, were part of the Children’s Shakespeare Festival.

March 8, 2013
Review: Nantwich Players Christmas show “Life and Beth”

Review: Nantwich Players Christmas show “Life and Beth”

By Claire Faulkner If you’re lucky enough to have a ticket for the Nantwich Players Christmas production, you’re in for a real treat. ‘Life and Beth’, by Alan Ayckbourn is a Christmas story with a supernatural twist.

December 8, 2012
Nantwich Players launch funding bid to develop “arts vision” for town

Nantwich Players launch funding bid to develop “arts vision” for town

Nantwich Players are spearheading a drive to develop a new arts and culture “vision” for the town. And the theatrical group believes a new venue with 140-160 seats could help cement the future for arts and performance in Nantwich.

November 14, 2012
Nantwich Players Youth Section to stage “Blood Brothers” show

Nantwich Players Youth Section to stage “Blood Brothers” show

Nantwich Players Youth Section will present their production of Willy Russell’s “Blood Brothers” next month. The show, originally written as a school play in conjunction with Merseyside Young People’s Theatre, has gone on to be an international success as a musical.

February 23, 2012
Tickets for latest Nantwich Players show go on sale

Tickets for latest Nantwich Players show go on sale

Tickets have gone on sale for the latest performance by popular amateur dramatics group Nantwich Players. The classic E Nesbit story of The Railway Children has been adapted by Mike Kenny, to run from December 9 to 17 at the Love Lane theatre in Nantwich.

November 23, 2011
Lawyer kickstarts Nantwich Players’ Buy-a-Brick appeal

Lawyer kickstarts Nantwich Players’ Buy-a-Brick appeal

A Nantwich dad-of-two has helped kick-start a £1m appeal to create a new theatre in the heart of Nantwich. Family lawyer David Lago is backing Nantwich Players in their Buy-a-Brick appeal to build a modern theatre big enough to cater for their growing number of fans.

September 15, 2011