Everyman Theatre

Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham You probably walk pass the Everyman and marvel at the traditional beauty of the building. Based in Regent Street this Grade II listed building has two stages, the 694 seat main stage and the 60 seat studio theatre, originally named The Richardson after Ralph Richardson. However until I got to meet…

Swan Lake Ballet at the Everyman

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without some ballet included, whether it is on the television or in the Theatre, the best place to watch was our very own Everyman Theatre. Presented by The Russian State Ballet and Opera House, myself and my best friend were invited to watch this impressive cast perform Swan Lake. Along with…

Interview with Tony Robinson – Hypochondriac

  Theatre Royal Bath has produced another masterpiece of comedy by adapting Moliere’s stage production of The Hypochondriac. Directed by Lindsay Posner one of the UKs greatest directors of comedy he has the turned this French production into a funny and up to date performance to not be missed. So for you don’t know the…

Will Harvey’s War

I love going to the theatre, I was honoured when I was asked to review The Everyman Theatre of Cheltenham production of Will Harvey’s War. If you managed to see it, I hope you enjoyed it Love Lady M x Everyman Theatre Will Harvey’s War F.W. Harvey was born in Gloucestershire in 1888 and is…