Fatal Attraction: ’80s movie hit is now on stage
Film / Theatre

Fatal Attraction: ’80s movie hit is now on stage

When Fatal Attraction opened in cinemas in 1987 it captivated and terrified filmgoers, garnered multiple Oscar nominations and became that year’s biggest global hit, raking in more than $320 million against a $14 million budget. More than three decades later the chilling and provocative tale of an extra-marital affair gone horribly wrong has come to … Continue reading

Back on stage and on the road: Q&A with the stars behind Gomez and Morticia Addams
Comedy / Dance / Television / Theatre

Back on stage and on the road: Q&A with the stars behind Gomez and Morticia Addams

As the UK tour of the stage show The Addams Family prepares to visit Cardiff’s New Theatre (16-20 November 2021), Piece of Pink Pie is pleased to share this interview with its stars, Joanne Clifton (Morticia) and Cameron Blakely (Gomez).What’s in store for audiences who come to see The Addams Family? Cameron: A lot of … Continue reading

From Coronation Street to Ed Reardon’s Week via Agatha Christie: Nicola Sanderson talks stage, screen and radio
Crime / Drama / Television / Theatre

From Coronation Street to Ed Reardon’s Week via Agatha Christie: Nicola Sanderson talks stage, screen and radio

Nicola Sanderson is an incredibly versatile British actor with a record of success on stage, screen and radio – from thrillers to soap operas to comedies. I was lucky enough to see her as Auntie Lou in the stage production of Agatha Christie’s Love From a Stranger last year [2018] and have thoroughly enjoyed her … Continue reading

Supernatural and super – Watermill Ensemble’s Shakespeare double bill
Dance / Fantasy / Music / Rock / Soul / Theatre

Supernatural and super – Watermill Ensemble’s Shakespeare double bill

A double bill of supernatural Shakespeare has been touring the UK, performed by the remarkable Watermill Ensemble. I don’t normally review plays on this blog (I normally review them for this hyperlocal site in Cardiff), but these exceptional productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth deserve exceptional treatment. Continue reading