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Actress Kate O’Mara is back in Daphne du Maurier country, at Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre next week.
“I am inspired by people I meet,” says Claudette Flint. “By ordinary people who find themselves in extraordinary events. I think it comes from my grandmother: as a young woman she worked at the Hotel Regina in Nice, the same place where Queen Victoria spent her holidays, and she ironed the Queen’s knickers so well that she was given a jar of piccalilli.”
Reading-educated filmmaker, Dominic Stinton, has made it to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival (May 16-27) and Kim Francis caught up with him ahead of the event to talk about the films he is taking to the international showcase.
THE season of thigh-slapping and cross dressing is with us again as soap stars and TV presenters find gainful employment over the Christmas holidays. Linda Fort looks at the pantomimes across the region and discovers there’s nothing like a dame.
ALADDIN has opened at both Oxford Playhouse and Bracknell’s Wilde Theatre and Beauty And The Beast is under way at Newbury Corn Exchange.
Philip Franks plays Doctor Watson to Peter Egan's Sherlock Holmes in a new stage version of The Hound Of The Baskervilles, which visits Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, next week.
Royals: can't live with them, can't live without them; and when you combine them with politicians what a rich satirical soup that can make!
ACTOR Javier Marzan brings a Spanish touch to the very English figure of Sherlock Holmes at Oxford Playhouse next week.
Returning to the boards after a 15-year-break was a scary prospect for Where The Heart Is actress Lesley Dunlop.
WITH a daughter of her own, actress Marion Bailey had no problem relating to the mother-daughter relationship at the centre of the play which brings her to Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre this weekend.