But overall, this is a light and entertaining production of Much Ado About Nothing that just needs some more focus in some scenes to keep the pace flowing better. Worth a visit.
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.
How would you cope if your partner was diagnosed with autism? Mike Heath’s new play The Big Things, now running at London’s Baron’s Court Theatre until 5 May, traces one couple’s journey and how it affects them and their partnering. Watch these lovely behind-the-scenes videos with the show’s stars May Cunningham and Matthew John Wright from the rehearsal room – and then get booking!
Have any of your online accounts been hacked before? How many times have you changed your passwords? Would you ever consider deleting your Facebook account? The cast of William Stanton’s new straight-from-the-headlines, cyber-security play THE OLD ROOM share some of their online experiences in this series of video chats. We’ve all been there. Watch below – and then get booking!
How many autistic adults are undiagnosed? Mike Heath’s new play The Big Things gets its world premiere tonight (18 April 2018) at London’s Baron’s Court Theatre, where it runs until 5 May, including a post-show Q&A chaired by Mates co-founder Terri Paddock on 27 April. Check out our bumper photo galleries – and then get booking!