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Polly Lister in The Snow Queen. Photos by Tony Bartholomew.

Festive Theatre Review: The Snow Queen, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

December 20, 2020 Comments Off on Festive Theatre Review: The Snow Queen, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

If ever there was a time when the world needed a bit of Christmas magic, this is it. Luckily, I can tell you exactly where to find it.

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“It’s about getting our audience back.” Paul Robinson, Artistic Director of the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

September 23, 2020 Comments Off on “It’s about getting our audience back.” Paul Robinson, Artistic Director of the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Paul Robinson is a happy man.

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The Talented Mr Ripley at Wiltons Music Hall. ©The Other Richard

Theatre Review: The Talented Mr Ripley, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

March 3, 2020 Comments Off on Theatre Review: The Talented Mr Ripley, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

There’s a challenge to taking a story as well-known as Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr Ripley and making something fresh and new without losing the spark of the original.

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Theatre Review: The Monstrous Heart, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

October 11, 2019 Comments Off on Theatre Review: The Monstrous Heart, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Sometimes you watch a play which is so good that it revitalises your love for theatre. The Monstrous Heart is that play for me.

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White Wave, Open Water, Andrea Hall, Stephen Joseph Theatre

Photo Gallery: Open Water, Andrea Hall, Stephen Joseph Theatre

August 5, 2019 Comments Off on Photo Gallery: Open Water, Andrea Hall, Stephen Joseph Theatre

It’s long been known that open-air swimming is good for your mental health.

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Theatre Review: Season’s Greetings, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

August 1, 2019 Comments Off on Theatre Review: Season’s Greetings, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Season’s Greetings first premiered at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough back in 1980, and this year it’s back as part of the annual Alan Ayckbourn double-bill: two plays written and directed by Ayckbourn, who is the SJT’s director emeritus.

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Father Figurine, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough . Image by Josh Tomalin.

Theatre Review: Father Figurine, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

March 19, 2019 Comments Off on Theatre Review: Father Figurine, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

How do you create a catalyst for change where mental health issues and male suicide rates are concerned?

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Theatre Review: Shivers, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

December 15, 2018 Comments Off on Theatre Review: Shivers, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

What is it that we love so much about being deliberately being scared?

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Theatre Review: Better Off Dead, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

September 14, 2018 Comments Off on Theatre Review: Better Off Dead, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

A strange thing happens when you’re a writer.

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Review: Love, Loss and Chianti, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

May 23, 2018 Comments Off on Review: Love, Loss and Chianti, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

If anyone was going to bring the sharp, erudite poetry of Christopher Reid to life in a stage adaptation of The Scattering and The Song of Lunch, it would be Robert Bathurst. He revels in the opportunity to extract the precise, elegant language of Reid’s work, and rolls it over his own tongue like butter off a silver spoon.

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