Peter Land, married to star choreographer Dame Gillian Lynne for 38 years, speaks ahead of his appearance in The Revellers Society at South Mill Arts.
The award-winning group has decided "with incredibly heavy hearts" to mothball Kipps, the updated Half A Sixpence musical, until November 2021.
Fellow Stortford am dram group Water Lane wins NODA East award for its paddle steamer set for Murder on the Nile.
A year on from its award-winning Murder on the Nile at Rhodes, the Bishop's Stortford am dram company is putting on And Then There Were None.
Award-winning BSMTC Youth, who last year wowed audiences with Hairspray, are staging the heart-warming, coming-of-age musical at Rhodes this week.
Family show includes musical clowns, magic and illusion, motorbike madness and mischief and mayhem from Alex the Fireman in a heated big top.
Hilary Austin, Lucy Gray and Cat Quigley competing with Sarah Wragg at Hertford Theatre for chance to have winning play professionally developed.
Former Leventhorpe and Phoenix Theatre student brings his acclaimed Edinburgh Festival Fringe show to Stortford for lunchtime performance.
Indie reporter Hollie Ryder and husband Rob are one of 10 couples being coached for a cha-cha-charity dance contest show at Rhodes in June.
Reviewer Paul Winspear is blown away by the community spirit of Little Hadham Panto Group's latest annual village hall production.
Ten short-listed works in the annual competition showcasing local amateur playwrights will be staged at Stortford's theatre over two nights.
Mocked-up American diner will be selling hot dogs, fries and shakes before all four performances, featuring 120-plus students.
Spring brings drama productions and comedy shows on Rhodes' own stage plus West End musicals, London ballets and Hollywood movies on its big screen.
'A gem of a family show. It has most, if not all, of the elements of a traditional panto and yet seems to transcend the genre.'
Reviewer Olivia Vandyk saw the opening night with her family, who were treated to a musical and visual experience to rival a tin of Quality Street.
Costumed appearances in Jackson Square, Sawbridgeworth and Stansted provide alarm call to community that Sleeping Beauty's opening night is near.