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!
I missed a trick with my questions last night at the world premiere of DAMES, the surreal comedy about six millennial women who meet in a nightclub loo, which marks the playwriting debut of Charlotte Merriam and the producing debut of Siberian Lights, the company she co-founded with three of her peers at Royal Welsh College of […]
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!
We’re counting down to the world premiere of William Stanton’s highly topical new cyber-security play THE OLD ROOM, which has a strictly limited season at London’s White Bear Theatre from 24 April to 12 May 2018. Watch this fascinating video including interviews with writer, director, producer and designer – and then get booking!
The Barn Theatre’s inaugural production of The Secret Garden extended by a fortnight – which very helpfully allowed Terri Paddock to fit another trip to Cirencester and a post-show Q&A into the diary. And she’s very glad she did. The full discussion is going down a storm on Facebook Live too. As is the #SecretGardenJam.
Broken Silence Theatre’s critically acclaimed feminist take on the Garden of Eden returns to London next month. After success last year at west London’s Brockley Jack Theatre, Adam & Eve transfers north to Islington for a strictly limited season. The modern-day Genesis story will run at the Hope Theatre from 22 May to 9 June 2018, with a press night on 24 May.
When you make your playwriting debut at 91, there’s no time to hang about. Watch this fantastic interview with 91-year-old James Hugh Macdonald, whose first play Happy Warriors is currently premiering Upstairs at the Gatehouse: he’s got three more completed plays ready to go! (Don’t miss our special offer for £10 tickets to be in the audience for the filming of this acclaimed first one this Friday.)
We continue our series building up to the opening of Jermyn Street’s complete staging of Noel Coward’s Tonight at 8.30 with these new, rehearsal room videos from the cast introducing the nine plays in the cycle, not seen all together in London since their 1936 premiere. Watch onscreen below – and then get booking to watch onstage!