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 […]
Vault Festival A SIX WEEK CREATIVE FESTIVAL IN WATERLOO TUNNELS 28 JANUARY – 8 MARCH 2015 We’re already in the middle of Vault Festival; the wide-ranging arts festival that’s designed to support emerging talent in theatre and the arts. It’s taking place in the subterranean labyrinth of the […]
Carrie: The Musical will receive its long awaited London Premiere in The Large at Southwark Playhouse from Friday 1 to Saturday 30 May. Based on Stephen King’s bestselling novel, the musical of Carrie hasn’t been seen since the legendary original production. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company, it first premiered […]
If you like your musicals densely plotted, this won’t do. Gilbert and Sullivan it ain’t. Set almost entirely inside the walls of a bijou perfume shop, it concerns shop assistant Georg Nowack (John Sandberg), who has been conducting a romance with an unknown woman entirely by mail. Up […]