Its that time of year again when Hull Truck Theatre definitely, absolutely do NOT do a panto. And this year’s non-panto is A Christmas Treasure Island. We were very excited to be invited back again to see what it’s all about. Continue reading
After the success of last year’s Christmas production Cinderella, the team of Mike Kenny and Mark Babych are back at Hull Truck Theatre. This time it’s the story of Sleeping Beauty. Continue reading
Thousands of years after the Ruthless Romans, Savage Saxons and Vicious Vikings stormed ashore on the coast of Britain and the Gruesome Greeks competed in the first ever Olympic Games, you can relive those horribly exciting times by bringing your family to see Birmingham Stage Company’s brand new Horrible Histories stage shows.
Last night, we did just that – at Hull New Theatre where the Horrible Histories stage show will be performing until Saturday 14th November.
The Sagas of Noggin the Nog, a live stage show for families is doing a mini-tour of Britain. So far, the Nogs have left their native Brighton and performed in Wimbledon, Buxton, Hull, and Peterborough. More tour dates for 2016 are yet to be announced. Continue reading
Annie the stage show starring Strictly’s Craig Revel Horwood as Miss Hannigan has arrived in Hull, and the twins especially have been very excited since I told them we would be attending the opening night as guests of Hull New Theatre. Continue reading
Basil Brush is back with a BOOM!
The hardest working fox in showbiz is at the early stage of a 100+ date tour of the UK, and we caught him on his third show, at Hull New Theatre. Continue reading
Hull Truck Theatre does its own panto every year, but it’s not a traditional panto by any means.
This year it’s Cinderella: Five rats. One romance. No cheese, written by the award-winning Mike Kenny. Continue reading