A historic hit! Jermyn Street Theatre’s historic staging of Noel Coward’s full Tonight at 8.30 cycle has wowed the critics who attended this past weekend’s trilogy days. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite review quotes below, including from our own Cowardologist Libby Purves. Get your tickets before they’re all gone!
Biting Block Theatre return to London with Catching Up, their “gripping piece of new theatre”, after a sell-out success at the Edinburgh Fringe. The one-act play, written and performed by Octavia Gilmore and Emily Schofield, has been newly reworked for its London premiere at Theatre N16, where it headlines the theatre’s opening season at its new home.
Do you remember 1979? Watch this fantastic trailer for The Gift of the Gab, the first in Simon David Eden’s Brighton trilogy, for a feel of the swirling social and historical context for this brilliant new black comedy. And then get booking for the world premiere run at London’s White Bear Theatre from 15 May 2018!
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
Today, on the birthday of William Shakespeare, full details have been announced for Europe’s first ever pop-up Shakespearean Theatre – Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre – which makes its debut in the historic city of York in June. Preparations are well underway for a ground-breaking ‘Summer of Shakespeare’. Highlights include: Directors Lindsay Posner, Damian Cruden and Juliet Forster to lead two companies …