The long running Agatha Christie classic The Mousetrap is showing this week at the Palace Theatre and I was privileged to see it on it's strong opening night on Monday.
Leigh on Sea News
Currently showing at The Cliffs Pavilion we bring you a review with a difference .......
Have you yet to try John Lawson's Sunday lunch with free flowing bubbles?
An exciting one-off film night is coming to Leigh on Sea with a screening of documentary Being Frank, about cult comedy character Frank Sidebottom, and a Q&A with its Director, Steve Sullivan.
A fabulous selection of buns were on display at The Cliffs Pavilion last night at the opening night of Calendar Girls. A film, a play and now a musical, this remarkable tale is inspired by a true story, penned by Tim Firth, with music by Take That’s Gary Barlow.
As new Head Chef Harry Lumsdon come's to The Royal Hotel, Foodie Rich bring's you his review.
Foodie Rich is back with one of his all time favourite restaurant's...
If you loved one of the most acclaimed British films ever made from 1997 then the stage version of The Full Monty, currently showing at The Cliffs Pavilion won't disappoint.
The Picture of Dorian Gray at the Palace Theatre begins with a sparse set of distressed walls and decayed decor, and we go straight into dialogue that's, of course, Oscar Wilde - so it's peppy, zingy and immediately compelling
Many of you reading this will already have seen Create98 on the Broadway; a creative space that hosts a multitude of workshops from painting and crochet to poetry and cooking.
Hello, @motherofalloutings here. I’m the newest voice of Leighonsea.com ready to inspire you to get out more often with your kids.
The first of our exciting installments from @motherofalloutings and what to do this half term....
The international, award-winning smash-hit musical based on the blockbuster film, The Bodyguard is visiting Southend!
Damp moss, mince pies, and a buzz of anticipation... Last week my colleagues, assorted colleague-mums and I all squished into Scent florist in Leigh after work to get festively crafty.
Everything is an adaptation now. Whether it's Phoebe Waller-Bridge's blistering Killing Eve screenplay from Luke Jennings' Villanelle novellas, or Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them from JK Rowling's backstory notes, or Great British Bake-Off: The Musical (ok, not a thing), new things are often a reworking of something else
Jukebox musicals are always a bit of a hit or miss affair. Often cobbling a greatest hits album around a rather flimsy narrative...
After 6+ weeks of the school holidays, there comes a time when I am fresh out of ideas so safe to say, Madagascar: The Musical at The Cliffs Pavilion in Southend, could not have come at a better time
There’s curry and then there’s CURRY. I do love a Ruby. But sometimes, it’s just a little ‘samey’, and somewhat ‘meh’! Menus read the same from restaurant to restaurant and melt in to one. Chicken tikka masala, prawn biryani, lamb rogan josh, vindaloo’s, korma’s, Balti’s and so on, these dishes appear everywhere. And don’t get me started on the puddings!
We're all going on a summer holiday rang out at the Cliffs Pavillion last night. The audience were all transported back to the early 1960's where a youthful band led by Ray Quinn (playing Cliff Richards) travel through Europe on a London Double Decker Bus.
The internationally acclaimed stage sensation, Jersey Boys is working its way back to Southend!