Abigail Bryant interviews writer Laura McGrady Firstly, congratulations on the world premiere of Baby Box, running as part of King’s Head Theatre’s ‘Who Runs The World?’ feminist season this May. How are you feeling about its showcase? Thank you! I can’t wait to finally share this story with […]
Class Privilege, Gentrification and Contemporary Gay Culture: James McAndrew discusses his production of George Johnston’s new play, Snapshot.
Abigail Bryant interviews director James McAndrew Firstly, congratulations on directing your first, full-length new play. Are you excited for its showcase at the Hope Theatre? Incredibly excited. I’m very lucky to have such a challenging play to work on, and to have such an amazing team of cast […]
Maddy Price got talking to the French Acrobatic Group, Compagnie XY, about their new show, It’s Not Yet Midnight…, on now at The Roundhouse. It’s Not Yet Midnight at the Roundhouse is your first performance in London for 7 years. Welcome back! Are you excited to perform for […]
Accidental Collective are an interdisciplinary performance company based in Kent. We spoke to them about their new show, Here’s Hoping; an intimate collage of hopeful stories for these dark times, from Leningrad in 1942 to current day Aleppo, from Obama to Enya. What inspired you to create Here’s Hoping? We […]
Theatre Témoin are lauded for their vibrant productions and The PEG spoke with the equally vibrant artistic director of the company, Ailin Conant, about their current show, The Marked. Using their trademark multi-disciplinary style, The Marked employs a combination of puppetry, mask and physical theatre to tell the […]
As Litmus Fest comes to an end The PEG spoke to Jessica Murrain and Lucy Bairstow from Theatre With Legs about their experience of the festival. Murrain and Bairstow performed DIGS at the Pleasance, a beautifully devised piece about what ‘home’ means. At once funny and deeply moving, it captures […]
This week saw the inaugural Litmus Fest at the Pleasance. The premise for the festival makes complete sense: to bring the creative, risk-taking spirit of the Edinburgh Fringe to London. Because, while the Pleasance is one of the best venues in Edinburgh, it sometimes takes a bit of […]