East London, 1965. The explosion of pills, thrills and high-collared shirts that was the mod scene is just about to begin, and at the centre of it are four young cockney lads, keen on continental clothing, US-imported blues and getting out of the button-down scene of the generation before them. This is the story of the Small Faces.
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The show is not to be taken too seriously. It’s charming, just a little bit camp and fabulously fun! A great one for the kids to enjoy too!
Clipped British accents, victory rolls, tots of sherry and a puzzling murder case - it could only be Agatha Christie's Miss Marple!
Walking in to this show I was actually unaware that there was a 1998 Adam Sandler film that this was based on. I was also unaware that it was set in 1985.
The Summer Youth Project has been running at The Palace Theatre for the past 10 years and is a wonderful initiative, open to anyone aged between 9 – 19 years old.
Winner of 7 Olivier Awards and 5 Tony Awards® including Best Play.
We all know that we buy a ticket to see a show and not a particular artist, but there were still the inevitable groans when...
They’re kooky, a little bit spooky and derive pleasure from pain. Not your average premise for a musical comedy but one that works surprisingly well. At The Cliff’s this week, just in time for the half term break, comes the The Addams Family in all their glory.
I remember the film, released back in the early 1990s. A BAFTA award winning cult classic, directed by the legendary Alan Parker...
From class issues to the North-South divide, our theatre reviewer Claire Cosgrove brings you her thoughts on the latest show at The Palace Theatre!
“Wonderland” is a brand new musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
Last night I had a glimpse into Michael Flatley’s fantasy world and it left me feeling a little grubby, although… not wholly unsatisfied.
Read the latest from our theatre reviewer Claire Cosgrove on the West End touring, seat jumping ghost story that is currently at The Palace Theatre
A classic of it's time and nominated for 7 Academy Awards our reviewer Claire Cosgrove brings you her review of the play now on at The Palace Theatre
Craig Revel Horwood returns to his day job to direct and choreograph this stage version.
A bleak, foggy Halloween evening could not have been a more apt occasion to watch NIGHT MUST FALL at The Palace Theatre.
The latest review from our in-house Theatre Reviewer, Claire Cosgrove.
I practically leapt for joy when I was asked by Leigh-on-Sea.com to go and review the new touring production of Cats at the Cliffs Pavilion.