4:00pm Sunday 7th September 2014
SHAKESPEARE'S Globe is delighted to announce that Janie Dee and Aden Gillet will star as the fairy lovers Titania and Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream performing at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre next week.
11:30am Sunday 31st August 2014
11:51am Friday 29th August 2014
GAME of Thrones Star Ian McElhinney has never had so many selfies taken with him since being in the incredibly popular show. This autumn in between filming for the HBO series and starring again in Ripper Street, he is directing Stones In His Pockets, which is touring the country and coming to Aylesbury next month.
12:25pm Tuesday 12th August 2014
THE smash-hit comedy sensation One Man, Two Guvnors is at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre this week – and you would be well advised to drop everything and immediately try to nab some tickets for this fantastically enjoyable play.
9:41am Thursday 7th August 2014
4:13pm Wednesday 6th August 2014
11:44am Wednesday 6th August 2014
11:55am Monday 4th August 2014
3:54pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014
1:55pm Wednesday 16th July 2014
12:15pm Tuesday 15th July 2014
AS you might expect, The Aylesbury Waterside Theatre was full for Monday night’s performance of Evita, the famous musical by Tim Rice Andrew Lloyd Webber. And the packed audience did not leave disappointed – this production of the classic show made for an impressive night out.
9:52am Tuesday 8th July 2014
10:16am Friday 4th July 2014
9:31am Thursday 3rd July 2014
6:20pm Thursday 26th June 2014
10:47am Tuesday 24th June 2014
4:22pm Thursday 19th June 2014
4:19pm Thursday 19th June 2014
5:36pm Wednesday 18th June 2014
5:34pm Wednesday 18th June 2014
5:30pm Wednesday 18th June 2014
11:23am Tuesday 17th June 2014
3:43pm Monday 19th May 2014
4:30pm Saturday 26th April 2014
1:54pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014
4:13pm Tuesday 15th April 2014
11:04am Wednesday 9th April 2014
THE play transports us back to a post-World War II age of trilbies and chic dresses, Habitat-style decor and dial-up telephones (surely they were black – this was blood red). Stage and film action was often slower and less frenetic, but the build-up of atmosphere and tension could be masterful.
9:16am Wednesday 9th April 2014
9:35am Wednesday 2nd April 2014
9:28am Wednesday 2nd April 2014
2:37pm Tuesday 1st April 2014
DANNY Stokes grew up watching Scooby Doo, so imagine his delight when he was cast as the hapless Shaggy. The 28-year-old actor talks about the new show coming to the Swan this month and filming an advert for the World Cup.
2:18pm Thursday 27th March 2014
10:02am Thursday 27th March 2014
11:44am Monday 24th March 2014
4:12pm Thursday 20th March 2014
THOSE expecting the horror or tension of contemporary ghost stories may be disappointed by Classic Ghosts, as it didn’t quite achieve the modern scare-factor, but for those gripped by classical storytelling this adaptation may be of interest.
10:20am Friday 14th March 2014
I EXPECTED big things for The Two Worlds of Charlie F. With the poignant story of servicemen and women injured while serving in the forces brought to the stage, I expected to be reaching for my tissues. But I didn't, as somehow the show lacked that certain something.
9:44am Tuesday 11th March 2014
5:17pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
1:39pm Monday 3rd March 2014
2:10pm Sunday 23rd February 2014
3:14pm Tuesday 18th February 2014
11:20am Monday 17th February 2014
10:10am Saturday 15th February 2014
2:03pm Monday 10th February 2014
“YOU’VE got to up your game”, comedian Stewart Lee mockingly berated the High Wycombe audience of his show at the Swan last night, after claiming yet another of his jokes didn’t get the response it deserved.
1:50pm Saturday 8th February 2014
12:16pm Friday 7th February 2014
IF you haven't seen Rufus Hound's latest show, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, being promoted then where have you been? The former stand up comedian and co-star Robert Lindsay have been merrily plugging the show which is coming to Aylesbury before it débuts in the West End.
3:40pm Monday 3rd February 2014
12:20pm Thursday 30th January 2014
BEING an actor is getting harder. You no longer have to be able to act, and often sing and dance too. Now, it seems, you have to play multiple musical instruments while acting, and singing, and dancing.
4:15pm Tuesday 28th January 2014
12:02pm Tuesday 28th January 2014
SHIRLEY Koster directed this Agatha Christie-type whodunit thriller with fun, twists and laughs. Mercifully, Koster stopped short of an all-out farce, but could not help dipping her toe in a bit of pratfalling.