Li Peng Cheok
Li has written 10 articles for Nouse
How does one go about becoming an artist?
There are statues, memorials and theatre companies dedicated to him worldwide, and throngs of camera-wielding tourists descend on his birthplace daily, but how is it that sixteenth century playwright William Shakespeare remains so popular after all these centuries?
The stage was set for the birthday party of the year with the (overcrowded) audience as its guests of honour
This Tony award-winning musical is a favourite amongst children, pets, parents, grandparents, and the whole motley crew
The Russian play had all the promise of an excellent theatre experience – humour, mistaken identity and a wide and animated cast of 19 characters
The House of Bernarda Alba, translated from its original title, La casa de Bernarda Alba, was Spanish dramatist, Federico García Lorca’s last play
Touted by director Jonathan Kerridge-Phipps as the best English stage comedy since Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, Joe Orton’s farce, What the Butler Saw did not disappoint for Friday night entertainment
In the last couple of years the campus-based arts scene here in York has been injected with life by students with flair, energy and originality. By taking the initiative to build on established ideas or starting something new, they have added vibrancy and new interest to the York arts calendar
The gem of “Our House” lies in its dialogue. Written by Godber, the humour is subtle, witty and clever, without resorting to slapstick. With a light, charming script and one or two, young, fit actors in the lush setting of the Theatre Royal, “Our House” makes for a lovely night to end the term
Charity shop fashion is cheap, chic and charitable as Liam O’Brien and Li Peng Cheok discover with relish