About Cheryl Barrett

Cheryl has a love of theatre and writes reviews for Sardines magazine. She has written and directed one act plays, murder mysteries and comedy sketches. Since writing her first solo pantomime Dick Whittington, she has co-written six other pantomimes with Bob Heather - all are published with Lazybee scripts. Cheryl has also facilitated after school and youth club drama workshops for children, storytelling sessions and drama workshops. As well as travel and socialising Cheryl’s hobbies include singing jazz - she is currently studying under acclaimed jazz singer Brigitte Beraha. More information can be found on www.starnow.co.uk

From Whichever Angle, it’s a Great Venue!

I visited the Angles Theatre a couple of times last year and was pleasantly surprised. Situated in Alexandria Road, the Angles Theatre is the local Arts Centre in Wisbech. It is housed in a Georgian building and has an interesting theatrical tradition stretching over 200 years, and one of the … Continue reading