Mamma Mia! Birmingham
Hippodrome: What can you say! This is a
musical that takes the feel-good factor to new heights.
Chicago - The musical,
Wolverhampton Grand: What a cracker
of a show, and all that jazz, taking you on a sparkling trip
back to the Roaring Twenties
The Wedding Singer, Sutton
Arts Theatre: A fun show with a happy
ending, a young cast full of infectious enthusiasm, lively
songs, well sung to a fine band, all jam-packed with the
feel-good factor; so what's not to like?Read
The taming of the shrew,
Birmingham Royal Ballet, Birmingham Hippodrome:
So who said ballet can’t be fun?
Shakespeare’s celebrated comedy is a delightfully light-hearted
romp in the hands of Birmingham Royal Ballet
The Herbal Bed, Highbury
Theatre Centre, Sutton Coldfield: So did
Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna have it off with local
haberdasher Rafe Smith in her husband’s herb garden in
Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror
Show, Wolverhampton Grand: Like a
wickedly naughty, favourite uncle,
breezing in amid a swirl of mayhem, excitement and fun, happily leading
everyone astray, Rocky Horror is back in town.
Cymbeline is a play about power
and the need to have command at all times, no matter the risk.