April 21 2014 Latest news:
People who think they know what to expect from The Great Gatsby may be surprised as an inventive play incorporating film footage and musical instruments continues its run at Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
The Great Gatsby will be coming to Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch, next week and it marks the directorial debut of the theatre’s associate artist Simon Jessop.
Innuendos and laughs are plentiful at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch this month as Richard Harris and Leslie Darbon’s witty bedroom farce continues its run.
The ukulele is unquestionably becoming more popular as an instrument.
A note from the legendary Kenny Ball was all it took for his son to carry on his legacy.
Teenage pop group, SweetCheeks, took to the streets of London last week to play their part in releasing a charity single in honour of murdered soldier, Lee Rigby.
Virtuoso violinists Stringfever will combine nimble fingers and beat-boxing in Hornchurch on Sunday.
It’s been a busy few years for Essex comedian Russell Kane, juggling gigs at the Hammersmith Apollo with writing his debut novel and presenting various shows for the BBC.
Travel back to the era of the nuclear arms race, Churchill’s second coming and the rise of Elvis Presley later this month in Hornchurch.
Dust off your pork pie hats and black suits as the Blues Brothers Experience are in town.
“It’s time to put on your 3D glasses.”
Thrilling twists and devious plots are plentiful at the Queen’s Theatre, in Hornchurch, this month as Ira Levin’s Deathtrap continues its run.
Russell Brand once announced that his personality would not work without being a celebrity, and seeing him saunter on to a Southend stage you can understand why.
A 12-year-old rock star has made it through to the regional finals of a hugely competitive singing contest.
After two redundancies, Amanda Jenner picked up a brush and started a new career which has helped various women feel good about their appearance along the way.
Project manager Tracey Lurton talks about her work with people who have learning disabilities.
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.