Posts Tagged ‘MADS’

Mercutio and Tybalt

Mercutio and Tybalt from Oxford based Leaning House, performed at MADS theatre in Macclesfield, approaches Romeo and Juliet from a new angle.  It’s easy to draw parallels with the classic Shakespeare inspired Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, but whereas that explored the existentialist world, this play is firmly rooted in the physical and emotional relationship… Continue Reading →

Two Sisters at MADS

One area of the region’s theatre that is often overlooked is amateur theatre.  And it’s not just main stage productions of classic plays.  Amateur theatre is becoming more adventurous, and moving increasingly into ‘studio’ productions. ‘Two Sisters’  was written by Caroline Harding, and has been performed at both the Buxton Fringe and 24:7 Festival, and… Continue Reading →