Baby look at me – tonight at the Hex
May 15, 2002
Fame is at The Hexagon until Saturday and Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is at Windsor’s Theatre Royal, also until Saturday.
Fiddler On The Roof continues at the Watermill, Newbury, and there are amateur productions of Guys And Dolls and Oklahoma! at Bracknell’s Wilde Theatre and Wycombe Swan respectively until Saturday.
Ray Cooney’s farce Chase Me Comrade opened for a season at The Mill at Sonning last night – director Michael Percival is interviewed in Reading Alive in Friday’s Weekend Post.
Tony Britton stars in the classic comedy Hobson’s Choice at Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre until Saturday.
Bette Bourne plays Quentin Crisp in the one-man play Resident Alien at Oxford Playhouse on Friday and Saturday.
The comedy Outside Edge continues at the Haymarket, Basingstoke.
Rubbaball performs the zany play Rome at 21 South Street, tonight and two plays by Craig Baxter, Double Helix, are performed by Pursued By A Bear at Maidenhead’s Norden Farm arts centre tomorrow.
As part of Newbury spring festival Kit And The Widow entertain at the town’s Corn Exchange tomorrow.
Ralph McTell performs songs from his new album National Treasures at Windsor arts centre tomorrow and Friday.