The celebrated detective Hercule Poirot boards the legendary Orient Express, enjoying the prospect of a luxurious rail journey from Istanbul to Calais in the dead of winter. The train is surprisingly packed for the time of year; only the intervention of the manager secures Poirot a first class berth, alongside. . .
Amanda Abbington, Frances Barber and Reece Shearsmith start in The Unfriend , a new play by award-winning writer Steven Moffat, which takes a hugely entertaining and satirical look at middle-class Englands disastrous instinct always to appear nice. Manners can be murder. After twenty years of marriage, Peter and Debbie are. . .
Triple Olivi er Award-winner Alex Jennings returns to Chichester to lead the cast in Stephen Beresfords very funny new play a deeply humane exploration of family, faith, tradition and tolerance in a rapidly changing world. Sharp-witted, wilful and frequently drunk, vicar David Highland has kept a grip on his parish. . .
This hilarious, riotously entertaining musical is packed with glorious Gershwin melodies (including Someone to Watch Over Me , Embraceable You , I Got Rhythm and They Cant Take That Away from Me ), and its stunning tap-dance routines are guaranteed to set the spirits soaring. The witty book and dialogue. . .
Saturday 7 October. Gina, landlady of The King George pub, has a lot on her plate. The England vs Germany World Cup qualifying match is about to start, the pub football team is about to charge in and the TVs on the blink. Over the next few hours, national defeat. . .
The Narcissist is a gripping, inventive and witty take on personal and political communication in the internet age. Everyone needs Jim. His mother. His best friend. His brother. His new lover. A hopeful future President. But can Jim really help anyone, when he isnt sure who he is any more,. . .
Alan Ayckbourns dazzling black comedy takes us on a dizzying journey through the looking glass into a womans mind. A knock on the head from a garden rake splits Susans world in two. Is she living happily with her devoted husband, charming brother and talented daughter, revelling in her rose-filled. . .
This new musical version of Local Hero will win devotees from admirers of the beloved Bill Forsyth film as well as those coming fresh to this funny and enchanting story. The book by David Greig features new songs by the legendary Mark Knopfler (formerly of Dire Straits). Its directed by. . .
Based on Enid Blytons multi-million-selling novels, this brand new musical written by Elinor Cook, with music and lyrics by Theo Jamieson, is an exciting and heart-warming family treat celebrating adventure, bravery and friendship for everyone aged 7+. George isnt happy at the idea of being lumbered with three unknown cousins. . .
The inquisitive Mole abandons spring-cleaning his burrow and, to his delight, discovers the river. There he meets Ratty, a water vole with a passion for boats. Soon the two are firm friends and settle down to life in Rattys riverbank home, surrounded by the neighbouring otters, rabbits, fieldmice and hedgehogs. . . .