Hopefully, others will follow suit in taking a punt on seeing Gaslight because it is most definitely worth it: a great, if belated start, to the 2017 theatre diary in York, no less.To a cracking good cast add a suitably gloomy set by David Woodhead; spooky lighting by Howard Hudson, and spooky sound designs by Ben and Max Ringham.
THE pantomime season has finally ended, and if you have been champing at the bit for a "proper play" in York in early 2017, then here it is.
The Grand Opera House has a multitude of box-office musicals on the way, but this is a red velvet theatre that equally suits a vintage play, and Gaslight is one such play.
The supply of top-notch stage thrillers has never matched public demand for them, which helps explain the enduring popularity of Patrick Hamilton’s Victorian pastiche Gaslight.
The writer knew he had a winner before its first staging in 1938, predicting success that duly came on both sides of the Atlantic..
Wendi Deng has been living it up since her 2013 divorce from the now-85-year-old Rupert Murdoch. She was rumored to have dated Vladimir Putin (celebrity couple portmanteau: Pootie-Deng).
And now, the 48-year-old has reportedly been dating a 21-year-old Hungarian model named Bertold Zahoran since May, though the relationship has recently become much more visible.The excellent revival (director Anthony Banks) in Aylesbury until Saturday comes at a timely moment, with the domestic abuse at the centre of the play closely mirroring aspects of the Rob and Helen plot that has so gripped fans of The Archers.Attention focuses on young wife Bella Manningham whose odious husband is trying to drive her mad by trying to convince her she is mad.“All that wouldn’t be so bad if we could at least dull the pain with girls.But we’re treated like paedophiles and potential rapists just for showing interest.The muscle Mary has modelled for huge names such as Calvin Klein, Versace and Ralph Lauren.