Follow the ups and downs of boy band The Wonderland as they try to make it, while juggling friends, family, school and relationships.
Ryan Early plays Dan, owner of the diner which The Wonderland use as a base, a rehearsal space, and where they sometimes work as they chase fame and success.BBC iPlayer
A ferocious new version of Molière’s comic masterpiece.
Orgon is the man who has everything. Money, power, a beautiful home and family. But lately he’s been questioning the point of it all. When he invites the irresistible Tartuffe into his seemingly perfect household, he unleashes a whirlwind of deception and seduction that threatens everything.
With Orgon under Tartuffe’s spell, can his family outwit this charismatic trickster? Are Tartuffe’s wild claims truth or fiction? This mysterious stranger may not be quite the villain he appears.More information
Melissa was born without her right hand and forearm and was one of few aspiring actors to be accepted into drama school. She is now an ambassador and campaigner for actors with disabilities, helping to break down the barriers faced for disabled actors and changing perceptions of disability.
She is Co founder of TripleC with Coronation Street actor Cherylee Houston. TripleC is a disabled led organisation that use drama and theatre based workshops to enrich the lives of people living with disabilities. Running drama workshops in special educational needs schools, setting up a weekly youth theatre for teenagers with disabilities/illnesses and drama workshop days for adults with disabilities.
Melissa as Imogen in Coronation Street.CV IMDB
After a sold-out run, Follies, winner of the Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival, returns in 2019.
New York, 1971. There’s a party on the stage of the Weismann Theatre. Tomorrow the iconic building will be demolished. Thirty years after their final performance, the Follies girls gather to have a few drinks, sing a few songs and lie about themselves.
Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical includes such classic songs as Broadway Baby, I’m Still Here and Losing My Mind.Book Tickets
✭✭✭✭✭ ‘THE MOST UPLIFTING PIECE OF NEW BRITISH MUSICAL THEATRE’ – The Evening Standard
From Tudor queens to pop princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII finally take the mic to tell their tale, remixing five hundred years of her-storical heartbreak into a 75-minute celebration of sisterly sass-itude.
Maiya Quansah Breed as Catherine Parr.Book Tickets