Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Rum

Rebecca Biden Reviews Treasure Island presented by The Chipstead Players I had the pleasure of seeing Treasure Island preformed at Courtyard Theatre by the Chipstead Players Youth Theatre. The play was directed by Debra Elson and remarkably, took only ten days to put together. The beautifully designed set really drew you into performance and helped…

It’s a Pirate’s Life For Me

The Chipstead Players present Treasure Island. ‘Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Rum.’ The famous rousing pirate chant is more reminiscent of a celebratory songs from sporting crowds, as an audience, delighted to be back at the Courtyard Theatre, took their seats with the famous shanty ringing in their ears. We were eagerly anticipating…

RH Fringe: See Jane Eyre in the Castle Grounds, Reigate this June.

RH Fringe in association with Reigate and Banstead Council welcomes this inspiring and energetic theatre company to Reigate this June. thisismytheatre a Sussex based theatre company bring their production of Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel ‘Jane Eyre’ to Reigate. The production is part of a week long programme between 13-20 June that is the RH Fringe….

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES

Anne of Green Gables from the Chipstead Players, reviewed by Reigate and Banstead Writes.

REVIEWED BY HANNAH ROBERTS.

ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR THE HARLEQUIN. ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ is the pantomime of choice at Redhill’s Harlequin Theatre this year. The show includes some familiar faces if you’re attuned to the world of Strictly. Former stars James and Ola Jordan star as ‘Fleshcreep’ and the ‘Glitterball Fairy’. As you can probably imagine from his name,…

CULTURAL CRUMBS 3RD DECEMBER

On your marks, get set and ready steady go for a busy cultural December. THEATRE That best of British cultural traditions – pantomime! This year’s offering at the Harlequin, Jack and The Beanstalk opens Friday (6th) for a month long run. James and Ola Jordan join the likes of Chesney Hawkes, Hairy Biker Dave Myers…

St Mark’s Players – The Inaccurate Conception. Reviewed by Tracy Dunbar

This comedy play – now in it 25th year follows the trials and tribulations of a battling Year 3 class teacher and her attempts to produce the annual nativity play. Celia Whibley, the heroic teacher and leading character, was portrayed with humour and swerve by Katherine Marlow. Katherine gave a marvellous performance, marshalling her class…

PANTO IS COMING

Snippets of what to expect from Surrey pantomimes and plays in 2019.