PREVIEW: The Vagina Monologues

This production has been made possible by the V-Day movement which aims to end violence against women and girls across the world. As part of V-Day season, each February Eve Ensler, author of ‘The Vagina Monologues’, kindly waives performance fees for her show providing that it is staged in support of an appropriate charity or organisation. This means that our proceeds can be donated directly towards WightDASH projects, including WOW.

COMING SOON: Going Straight – Apollo Players

The cast of ‘Going Straight’ in rehearsal: left to right Susan Simpson, Sue Edwards, Reuben Loake, Ian Moth and Fiona Gwinnett. Photograph courtesy of Paul Jennings. The newest offering from the Apollo Players is ‘Going Straight’ by Richard Harris, which will be staged from 20-28 October inclusive (not Sunday or Monday). It is a modern…

PREVIEW: Funny Money – Shanklin Theatre

We catch up with the cast behind this superb farce! Content includes references to a ‘red bra’ and “… the twists and turns are as complicated as the family tree of a guest on Jeremy Kyle.”

PREVIEW: ‘Busu’ & ‘The Damask Drum’ – Quay Arts

One thing is for sure, Busu and The Damask Drum will be a performance not to be missed – so make sure you’ve got your tickets and go along to support Franko and the team, and help to make sure that more stories such as these are told on the Island.

Exciting, visual, powerful and haunting, it’s a double bill of raw theatrical beauty you won’t want to miss…

PREVIEW: The Merry Wives of Windsor – Carisbrooke Castle

A look ahead to a production that features a wealth of local talent, faces well-known across the Island, drawn from a number of local companies and each bringing their skills, humour and style to the show to bring Shakespeare’s veritable feast of characters to life

PREVIEW: The Ghost Train – The Apollo Players

There are mysteries to solve, some light-hearted moments and more than one twist in the tale!

‘The Ghost Train’ is staged at The Apollo Theatre from 30 June until 8 July (not Sunday or Monday).

PREVIEW: “Forget-Me-Knot” – The Apollo Players

‘Forget-Me-Knot’ by David Tristram – The Apollo Players If you enjoy a rollicking laugh-out-loud comedy with elements of farce, you could do no better than come along to see ‘Forget-Me-Knot’ by David Tristram, the next play to be performed by The Apollo Players. Someone who may or may not be Robert Zeinfeld is found wandering…