Nothing feels rushed in Robert Hastie’s wonderful new production of The Yor Realist at the Donmar Warehouse, allowing this beautifully sad production to really touch the heart. A modern classic and a Yorkshire Brief Encounter indeed.
A dark new Agatha Christie adaptation has become something of a Christmas tradition, and even though the BBC only started this tradition two years ago with an excellent multi-part interpretation of And Then There Were None, it has fast become an established and much anticipated highlight of the festive schedule.
On Sunday (10 December 2017), MyTheatreMates welcomed 15 theatre bloggers to the inaugural #MatesMeetUp at the Union Theatre in Southwark, London. In the Union’s buzzing Over the Road cafe, overflowing with youth theatre participants and audiences at the matinee performance of Privates on Parade, our hot topics revolved around the trials and tribulations of blogging.
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