Mon 30 Mar 2020
COUNCIL clamping teams targeting repeat parking offenders have seen a 657 per cent rise in the proportion of fines being paid.
By Michael Upton on Tue 17 Mar 2020
SHOWS at Rotherham Civic Theatre have been cancelled for the forseeable future in the face of the ongoing coronavirus threat — and Sheffield’s Lyceum and Crucible are shut until further notice.
By Michael Upton on Mon 16 Mar 2020
THEATRE productions will go ahead as normal for the time being in the face of the ongoing coronavirus threat, Sheffield Theatres has said.
By David Parker on Mon 16 Mar 2020
IT MIGHT be set during the US Great Depression of 1933 but Annie, Jr, performed by the students of Dinnington Operatic Society, is a joyful jaunt.
ONE of Rotherham’s long-running theatre fixtures is celebrating four decades in the business this week as her latest show takes to the Civic Theatre stage.
By Phil Turner on Thu 12 Mar 2020
Shakespeare returns to the Sheffield stage in the shape of the divisive Roman general...
By David Parker on Thu 12 Mar 2020
ILLUSIONIST and master of mind-control Derren Brown is bringing his latest stage show to the region this summer.
By Chloe West on Thu 12 Mar 2020
THE circus is in town all week - here' what our critic thought of Maltby Musical Theatre Group's take on the classic musical.
By Adele Forrest on Thu 12 Mar 2020
AN EXCLUSIVE supper club — believed to be the first of its kind in the borough — is taking reservations for its next hotly-anticipated event.
By Michael Upton on Wed 11 Mar 2020
FANTASY fans flocked to Rotherham town centre to meet one of their illustrating idols.
VERA Lynn tribute artist Lorrie Brown was invited to the unveiling of a new portrait of the Forces Sweetheart.
A LITTLE piece of beer festival history could be yours after returning to the fold.
By David Parker on Wed 11 Mar 2020
THE STORY of an orphan girl who is looking for her parents will be told at the Lyric Theatre this week.
THEATRE-GOERS heading to the Civic for their fix of comedy horror next week can expect to see not one but four versions of man-eating Audrey II on stage.
By Michael Upton on Tue 10 Mar 2020
A THEATRE group preparing for a production featuring the titular star of The Greatest Showman uncovered an unsuspected connection with one of the legendary ringmaster’s co-stars.
By Michael Upton on Mon 09 Mar 2020
IT was sup, sup and away for Rotherham Real Ale and Music Festival as punters packed into Magna to toast the event’s “hoppy” return.