Acclaimed young playwright Carguil Lloyd George Webley brings his new play SHADOWS, exploring the lives of black inmates who have been placed in the same cell in a Birmingham prison, to London’s Theatro Technis for three nights only from 5 to 7 December. Watch the trailer – and then get booking!
Got your tickets yet for Troupe Theatre’s revival of JM Barrie’s rarely seen 1917 play Dear Brutus yet? Watch this spellbinding video, including interviews with director Jonathan O’Boyle and stars Miles Richardson and Venice van Someren about creating “Neverland for grownups” – and then get booking!
The countdown is on for the latest West End offering from Mischief Theatre – and you know as well as anyone what you’ll get this time. Because with Mischief Movie Night, which starts performances at the Arts Theatre from 13 December 2017, you the audience are the director. Watch our sneak-peek video…
Tiger Bay the Musical officially receives its world premiere tonight (15 November 2017) at Wales Millennium Centre, where its strictly limited season runs until 25 November 2017 at this iconic Cardiff venue. Check out these first-look production photos of the 39-strong cast, led by West End and Broadway star John Owen-Jones.
The 25th-anniversary revival of Claudio Macor’s The Tailor-Made Man, a true story about Hollywood hypocrisy, officially opens tomorrow night (9 November 2017) at London’s White Bear Theatre, where its limited season continues until 25 November 2017 only. Check out our BIG bumper gallery of rehearsal photographs for this brand-new production, starring Mitchell Hunt and Tom Berkeley, and then get booking!
Lorca classic The House of Bernarda Alba (La Casa de Bernarda Alba) gets a major new production – with performances in both Spanish and English – at the custom-built Cervantes Theatre, the new home for Spanish and Latin American drama in London. The House of Bernarda Alba explores themes of repression, passion and conformity through the depiction of a matriarch’s domination of her five daughters. Described by the author as “a drama of women in the villages of Spain”, the deliberate exclusion of any male character from the action helps build the high level of sexual tension that is present throughout this masterpiece.