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The Chalk Garden, by Enid Bagnold
Chichester Festival Theatre
June 3 2018
Enid Bagnold was the author of the children’s novel National Velvet, the 1944 film version of which made Elizabeth Taylor a star at the age of 12. She wanted to achieve
The Country Wife
William Wycherley was an extremely ribald playwright in Charles II’s Restoration England. Indeed his 1675 play The Country Wife, which opened at the Drury Lane Theatre (newly restored by Christopher Wren), was banned for 171 years
Sweet Charity (Petersfield Theatre Group)
Thursday, May 24 2018
Petersfield Theatre Group is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year and in the forward to the programme, chairman Mark Perry explains that producing amateur theatre is becoming very challenging. Costs of hiring
The Darling Buds of May (Winton Players)
Festival Hall, Petersfield
Friday, May 13
It was bound to be a surefire hit: a gentle comedy with loveable characters, in a countryside setting of hay barns, gymkhanas, bluebells, strawberries and warm beer.
Many people remember the
Faith - The George Michael Legacy
Wednesday, May 9 2018
George Michael fans were thrilled as tribute act Wayne Dilk's and his talented eight-piece band brought George’s legendary music to life at G-Live. The theatre was jam-packed with a lively audience visibly
Double bill: random and generations (by debbie tucker green)
Minerva Theatre, Chichester
A wealth of theatrical talent, probably unknown to most theatregoers in the south-east, graces the Minerva Theatre until June 2. Chichester Festival Theatre deserves great credit for choosing random and generations,
The inestimable Noel Coward is a safe choice for CFT to launch their 2018 programme. However, this production, directed by Sean Foley, has veered away from traditional roots of suave sophistication and smooth style, and chosen to go down a
Cheriton Village Hall, Cheriton
Friday, April 20, 2018
After a tentative start, the cast were soon going at full-throttle, making sense of Ayckbourn’s mind-boggling, time-bending plot, where three women, from different eras, come together to thwart evil and defy the
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Owner Amber Craven is offering Lifemags readers the chance to win a £150 voucher and two
Write Angle poetry and music cabaret returns on April 17 to The Townhouse in Petersfield, with guest performer Cam Brown.
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Founder of Write Angle, Leah Cohen, said: "Cam's first time with Write Angle was so successful,