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  • Funny Money

    Ray Cooney Tabs Productions and Rumpus Theatre Company Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield 18–22 January 2022 Gone are the days when a farce, even when it is by a master of the genre such as Ray Cooney, can have a two-year run in the West End. But that does not mean his plays can no longer make audiences laugh. Cooney’s 1994 play ...
  • The Da Vinci Code

    Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel based on the novel by Dan Brown Theatre Royal, Nottingham 18–22 January 2022 Dan Brown’s 2003 mystery thriller The Da Vinci Code has sold more than 80 million copies and been translated into 44 languages. It was denounced by many Christian denominations as an attack on the Catholic Church and criticised for its theory that ...
  • Danny John-Jules: from Red Dwarf to The Da Vinci Code

    Danny John-Jules breaks off from trying to learn “a load of very educated and complicated lines” for his part in the stage version of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code to express his delight at securing the role of Sir Leigh Teabing. Some actors might baulk at taking on a role portrayed by one of our finest actors, Sir Ian ...
  • Storm Deaths: Partners in Crime podcast’s book of the month

    The new year has got off to a terrific start: Partners in Crime, the podcast hosted by crime writers Adam Croft and Robert Daws, has selected Storm Deaths as its book of the month for January. The first Partners in Crime podcast for 2022 will feature the book in some detail and it will also be mentioned in subsequent podcasts throughout ...
  • Tristan Gemmill: from Casualty and Corrie to panto in Nottingham

    He’s played cool, confident consultant Adam Trueman in Casualty, complicated bistro owner Robert Preston in Coronation Street and on stage he was hunky Frank Farmer, the title character of the musical The Bodyguard. Now Tristan Gemmill is to play a totally different role in Nottingham. He is hoping to be jeered in the Theatre Royal pantomime Robin Hood as he ...
  • Shepherdess Amanda: looking after 1,000 sheep and nine children!

    Running a 2,000-acre hill farm in one of the most remote parts of the Yorkshire Dales might not be everyone’s cup of tea. But Amanda Owen takes everything as it comes – which you have to do when you’re a shepherdess, writer, photographer, public speaker and mother to nine children! Amanda is known to millions as The Yorkshire Shepherdess through ...

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