Jon Robyns – Robbie Hart
Cassie Crompton – Julia Sullivan
Ray Quinn – Glen Gulia
Roxanne Pallett – Holly
Ruth Madoc – Rosie
Ashley Emerson – Sammy
Samuel Holmes – George
Venue – Sunderland Empire
Date – Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Troy Maxson is a working class African-American trying to provide for his families in the 1950s as well as battling his demons of a life he missed out on.
In a city which hails greeting card writers like movie stars everything falls apart for Ray Wentworth who was a very successful Romance writer. Not that you would really be able to guess that when you see how cynical he really is.
Buster Moon owns a Theatre and he is about to do everything possible to save it when he really has his last chance before the bank takes it off him, so he decides to launch a singing competition.
We get the second part of the Grey series and find out how Christian Grey is battling his demons and how Ana must deal with the women in his past.
Terry Doolittle works for a bank that communicates via computer with clients from around the world. One day she receives a very strange message and when she decodes it ends up trying to help a British spy!
Venue: Savoy Theatre, London
Date: Friday 10th February 2017
A film looking at the rise of McDonald’s and the man who really kick started it Ray Kroc. After Dick and Mac came up with the brand new idea to really change restaurants in America (and then the world).
Celie Johnson has had to fight her whole life to just stay alive with abuse from her father and then forced to marry Albert who continues the abuse. It is a story about hope and being able to find the courage to stand up for yourself.