As part of the Show People podcast series, Andrew Keates interviews casting director Annie Rowe, fresh from working on Mike Bartlett’s Not Talking at the Arcola Theatre
The writer and producer spoke to Love London Love Culture about Cream Tea and Incest, now playing at The Hope Theatre following a run at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. For those who are coming along – what is Cream Tea and Incest all about? Going in expecting Wodehouse might leave you feeling a bit empty… Read More
As the great and good of the West End and Broadway were focused on the Olivier Awards at the Royal Albert Hall this weekend, pioneering Fringe innovators The Pensive Federation gathered more than sixty actors, writers and directors in south London for their launch “inspiration session” as preparations got fully underway for their annual new writing event, The Significant Other Festival, launching next week. Check out our bumper gallery of rehearsal photos below – and then get booking.
This late bloomer definitely has legs. The debut play by 91-year-old James Hugh Macdonald’s Happy Warriors has got both audiences and reviewers raving. The three-hander, centring on a wartime encounter between Randolph (son of Winston) Churchill and Brideshead Revisited novelist Evelyn Waugh, only has one week left in its premiere season. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite press quotes below. Now get booking!
Having apologised for the “huge oversight” in omitting Royal Shakespeare Society founder Sir Peter Hall from the In Memoriam segment at Sunday night’s 2018 Olivier Awards, the organisers have issued a further statement announcing that the Olivier Award for Best Director will be renamed in the great director’s memory.