“Alan Ayckbourn is brilliant at farce – people talking at cross purposes, mis-timed entrance and exits, slapstick encounters – but he also nails the desperation of these six people marooned in a crumbling country house.”
This fascinating and engaging play about John Keats is wonderfully brought to life with plenty of passion. The Old Operating Theatre Museum proves to be a wonderfully appropriate and atmospheric location.
“When I read the script, I found it hilarious and could see how satisfying it would be to play. There are many technical challenges that the play brings and I enjoy giving myself challenges and hoping they will pay off!”
Giles Coren, Nikki Bedi and Amol Rajan will be the new presenting team for BBC Radio Four’s flagship arts programme Front Row. None of them are particularly knowledgeable about the world of theatre – should they have been picked?
Robert Lindsay stars in Terry Johnson’s new play based on the life of cinematic master Jack Cardiff. Discover what critics have been saying about it with Love London Love Culture’s round up of the reviews.
The Royal Opera House presents a brand new production of Puccini’s classic opera, La Boheme, directed by Richard Jones and running until 10 October 2017. Here’s Love London Love Culture’s round-up of the reviews.
John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Doubt is being revived at the Southwark Playhouse in a limited season running to 30 September 2017. Here is what critics have been saying about the production directed by Ché Walker…