Mon 13 May 2019 – Sat 18 May 2019 If you are looking for a good night out, with a touch of panto and carry on, plus some great upbeat music from the 1980’s then […]
This performance of Madagascar the Musical was at a perfect length for children, but for me absolutely too short! I would love to stay and sing along with the actors, singing “move it move it” for a bit longer, as the performance was absolutely amazing! I would recommend this for families with children to come and enjoy together this lovely story about friendship.
The Musical has confirmed that X Factor Winner Matt Terry will continue in the role of Alex the Lion on the critically acclaimed UK tour for 2019. And it will be landing at the New […]
The ambition is to make ferry operations even safer whilst continuously reducing carbon emissions.
“We are going to need to considerably bigger buns!”
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHIE) Better power supply is key to unlocking Africa’s economic potential, including job creation, access to knowledge, agricultural and industrial transformation. As many as 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, around 43% […]
For those who have yet to see the Rocky Horror Show, it is certainly a great adventure to be enjoyed.
UNITED UTILITIES COMMISSIONS NEW ASSURANCE TECH ON 100km PIPELINE FOR £300m WEST CUMBRIA WATER PROJECT
United Utilities has commissioned innovative new assurance technology to use across 100km of ppipeline, allowing it to manage contractors and meet Ofwat’s regulatory requirements for its £300m West Cumbria water supplies project. Using data from […]
A review by Jolanta Ryba Swan Lake (Russian: Лебединое озеро Lebedinoye ozero), is a ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1875–76. Despite it being an initial failure, it is now one of the most […]
By Lex Coors When you think of March, you think of St. Patrick’s Day. And what color immediately comes to mind? Green. But today, the color green has taken on a brand new significance as […]