We've been given a behind the scenes look at the giant showpiece statue which is due to be installed outside Plymouth's Theatre Royal.Read the full story ›
Crazy For You is a musical featuring the music of the Gershwin brothers.Read the full story ›
Ambitious plans for a towering seven-metre tall (23ft) bronze sculpture outside the Theatre Royal Plymouth have been unveiled.Read the full story ›
We interview Sir Tony Robinson who is on the stage in Bath in The Hypochondriac.
The actor and TV used to live in Bristol and told us he misses his Royal York Crescent hideaway but the pressure of work took him away.
He was well known as a Labour activist in the City but told our correspondent Robert Murphy he would have made a terrible Mayor.
The interview starts with his role at the Theatre Royal, which runs until 18 October.
To some he'll forever be Baldrick, Blackadder's hapless sidekick - and to Bristolians a local Labour activist. But now Sir Tony Robinson is taking another role - on stage at the Bath Theatre Royal in a new production of Moliere's The Hypochondriac.
In Plymouth audiences have been paying good money to see the rain - and plenty of it - in the stageshow of 'Singing in the Rain'.
There's been an absolute downpour every night night at the Theatre Royal. Our reporter Jacquie Bird went along with her umbrella.
The Theatre Royal in Plymouth has been awarded £100,000 by the Big Lottery. It's to help people who suffer from mental health problems and the homeless. The 'Our Space' project brings people together to produce shows. The theatre is currently playing host to the pantomime Robin Hood.
A £7.5 million project to revamp Plymouth's Theatre Royal is nearing completion.
The scheme has included improving public areas and adding a third auditorium. The exterior has also been re-landscaped.
Plymouth City Council and the Arts Council have given substantial grants towards the cost.
The Theatre Royal in Plymouth has announced that they are bringing forward the start of redevelopment work. They will begin building work on the main entrance in the middle of February but patrons will still be able to access the building. The theatre will then close for six months in April.
Theatres across the west are putting on pantomimes and Bath is showing Snow White for only the second time in its historyRead the full story ›