Interview – Alison Millar, Ecclesall Theatre Company With Sheffield arts venues still in lockdown we have no performances to review at the moment but that does not mean we are going to stop supporting Sheffield theatre companies, continuing with an interview (by email not face to face in these times of social distancing) with Alison […]

No Sex Please, We’re British – 1 May 2018, Ecclesall Parish Hall, Sheffield Somehow it feels right to start May with a farce, so I was delighted to be in the audience for the opening night of Ecclesall Theatre Company’s production of the classic British farce No Sex Please, We’re British, with up until now […]

Murdered to Death – 13 February 2018, Ecclesall Parish Hall, Sheffield As someone who loves both a good comedy and a good fictional murder, I was delighted to be in the audience for Ecclesall Theatre Company’s production of Murdered to Death at Ecclesall Parish Hall, which promised to be a hilarious spoof of the best of the […]

The School for Scandal – 13 November 2017, Ecclesall Parish Hall, Sheffield This evening we travelled back to the 18th century to attend the full dress rehearsal of The School for Scandal, the first ever performance we have seen by Ecclesall Theatre Company. The comedy of manners, written and published by Irish playwright Richard Brinsley […]