Popular 1980s film starring Kevin Bacon and John Lithgow turned into a musical for theatre audiences to revel in the classic songs, dance routines and fun-loving nostalgia. Footloose may have been made for the big screen in the 80s but it is perfect for the theatre in 2017.
Awkward, apparently unassuming and seemingly timid, Eunice Parchman enters the home of the Coverdale family in the role as their housekeeper. However Eunice has a secret, a secret she’s managed to keep for years, a secret that when discovered, sets off a chain of events that ultimately leads to a Valentine’s Day bloodbath. Continue reading “Review: A Judgement in Stone.”
Murder is easy….. Getting away with it is the hard part!!
Set in the Scottish Highlands, the latest thriller by James Cawood comes to life. Continue reading “Talking Scarlet presents Death Toll at Buxton Opera House.”
Miss Nightingale, sex, scandal & showbiz 1940s style.
Northern songbird Maggie and her refugee song writing friend George, wow war torn London with their bawdy, brash, loud and lewd compositions. Throw into the mix a repressed wealthy war hero, a married Lothario bribery, corruption, secret homosexual encounters, the scandal of a pregnancy out of wedlock and the stage is set for Miss Nightingale. Continue reading “Review: Miss Nightingale at the Buxton Opera House.”