Lewys Taylor will be playing the role of Damage Limitation Crew in Return To The Forbidden Planet at Upstairs At The Gatehouse Theatre.
Winner of the 1990 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ is a rockin’ rollercoaster ride into the future. Join Captain Tempest and the crew of the Intergalactic Starship Albatross as they travel deep into hyperspace. What’s waiting for them?……a mad scientist, a secret formula, a scary monster and D’illyria – a planet not marked on their cosmic charts.
Loosely based on the 1950’s sci-fi film ‘Forbidden Planet’ (which itself was based on ‘The Tempest’) author Bob Carlton has created a riotous mix of Shakespeare, B movie Science Fiction and some of the biggest pop hits from the fifties and sixties.
Great Balls of Fire, Teenager in Love, Good Vibrations, Shake Rattle & Roll, She’s Not There, Wipe Out and twenty other monster songs will keep you rockin’ all nite long.
Georgia Imrie & Rachael Chomer will be part of the ensemble choir in Vernon God Little at Yvonne Arnold Theatre
Howdy! My name is Vernon! I am 15, I love country music and live with my mom in Maritimo Texas.
Oh and my best friend just killed my high school classmates before turning the gun on himself. Now the town wants justice… or me.
Join PPA on a trip into the dark underbelly of America in this disturbing and exhilarating adaptation of DBC Pierre’s Booker Prize-winning novel.
Enjoy a super-sized helping of the American Dream with murder, betrayal and a generous helping of Glen Campbell on the side.
Joe Mason & Michaela Murphy will be appearing in Made in Dagenham at The Bernie Grants Arts Centre.
The talents of Mountview’s actors and actor musicians are combined in this barnstorming, Olivier Award-winning British musical. Women machinists in the Ford car factory fight for better pay, taking on class and gender barriers in the fight for equal rights.
Ellie Jones is a former Artistic Director of Southwark Playhouse and an Associate Director at Sheffield Crucible. She has worked at the RSC and the Orange Tree Theatre and has written musicals for YMT:UK. Previously for Mountview: Jane Eyre – A Musical Drama.
Simon Blake will be playing Jamieson in a production of Dare to Do with Ka Zimba Theatre Company at The Space.
Hey you down there! Yes, you. Look up here, take a look up at the King. I could just crush you with this little finger, could squash you into the concrete, just like that”
Meet ‘The Bear’. A wealthy trader, a family man, a success story. But his world is about to come crashing down when he loses his job, his wife, his self\-respect. But he has plan, one that takes the tried and tested rules of the corporate finance world to the streets. Inspired by the true story of the infamous city trader who ran up the biggest loss in British banking history Dare To Do delves into the world of finance and its relationship with the world, and the people it owns.
Written by award-winning playwright Mark Norfolk, directed by Jeffrey Kissoon (The National / The Royal Shakespeare Company) and shortlisted for the Alfred Fagon Award, Dare To Do is the unmissable, untold story of the man who broke the city.
On Thursday the 31st of May a talkback will be held after the show with the man who inspired the whole play, Kweku Adoboli.