Matthew Xia directs this production of Joe Penhall’s play about race, ethics, sanity and prejudice, which runs at London’s Young Vic Theatre until 2 July 2016.
From the second that audience members step into the intimate space of the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, they automatically realise that what they are about to see and participate in, is something that is refreshing and unique. On entering the auditorium, members of the audience are given name tags of the character that they are about to ‘play’ in the show, which very much emphasises Richard III’s changing attitudes towards the characters.
The Oscar-winning actor will appear in Neil Koenigsberg’s debut play as an Los Angeles psychiatrist through an e-appearance at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre from 1 to 25 June 2016. Off the Kings Road comes to London after runs in New York and Los Angeles. It’s directed by Alan Cohen and also stars Michael Brandon and Cherie Lunghi.
Following a successful run at Theatre503 last year, Jon Brittain’s Rotterdam returns to the London stage this summer, for a limited season at the Trafalgar Studios. Running at the Trafalgar Studios from the 26th July until the 27th August, this production directed by Donnacadh O’Briain will see Anna Martine, Alice McCarthy, Ed Eales-White and Jessica Clark reprise their roles.