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We visited 18th May to see this play performed by Gallery Players.
I have said before in my previous reviews that the standard of acting at this venue is equal to anything you see in London and we were enthralled from start to finish.
The "Sir John Mills Theatre" is the home of Eastern Angles Theatre Co.
The theatre is in a converted Victorian primary school and though small it is very versatile and comfortable with tiered seating giving good views. Acoustic are excellent so even if you are...More
Came and saw urinetown. Lovely little intimate theatre. Really feel like you are in the show! Bar was well stocked with snacks, drinks and ice cream. Definitely would see shows here again!! Urinetown itself was brilliant with a very talent cast!
This is a fantastic theatre to watch independent and quirky performances. There's nothing like the SJM as they have the ability to produce good entertainment over and over again. A warm and welcoming theatre with good local connections. Their Christmas shows are a family favourite.
A group of us visited to see Holy Mackerel. Hilarious! If slightly eccentric and crazy. It was a fast moving, action packed show with the few cast members playing two or three characters. The story was, at times a little hard to follow but the...More
What a difference from last year's lack-lustre show. Eastern Angles Christmas show back on form. Excellent acting, singing, jokes etc. Can't say I always followed the plot but that's all part of the fun. Absurdity heaped on absurdity - brilliant. All the fun at the...More