The Litvinenko Project is a site-responsive piece of theatre, but don’t let that buzz word put you off. Quite rightly, a play about the Russian spy who was poisoned with polonium-laced tea should be staged in a café, and this show is just one of many innovative pieces […]
For many of the Soho audience watching Milked it might be true to say that they harbour the dream of one day moving out of the Big Smoke and into the idyllic countryside. It’s interesting then to see the viewpoint reversed; not so much country folk desperate to […]
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The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Oppenheimer starring John Heffernan will transfer to the West End for a limited eight week run from March. Tom Morton-Smith’s new play will run at the Vaudeville Theatre, after it finishes its current run in Stratford-upon-Avon on 7 March 2015.
Chichester Festival Theatre’s newly announced season also features a Chekhov trilogy adapted by David Hare, starring Anna Chancellor and Samuel West.
In the truest sense of the work Rove is a confessional piece of theatre. Charmingly honest, J. Fergus Evans tells us stories of his family’s history using straight narrative, narrative poetry and folk music. His purpose is twofold; he wants to show the slippery nature of family anecdotes, […]
Obituary to Alan Howard in the Independent
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Although Twickenham Theatre was forced to close its doors after just one run of performances, it has still managed to win the best off-West End production at Sunday’s Whatsonstage awards. It won the award for its five-week run of Sweeney Todd, despite the fact that the 62-capacity fringe […]
Kids love pirates, right? And dinosaurs? Then how about Pirate Dinosaurs! This delightful children’s theatre production was a hit at the Edinburgh Fringe and is now beginning a national tour. Based on the hugely popular children’s book of the same name, this show’s sure to keep kids (and […]