Kat is a young wife and mother, and Fritz tells her story in three episodes. The first, called Fifteen Seconds, shows her deciding to skip off work and, instead, board a train for London where she will douse her own body with petrol in Parliament Square and set herself alight.
Running at the Finborough Theatre as part of the National Youth Theatre’s 60th anniversary, the new season of work will run at the theatre throughout August 2016. This new season will feature three world premiere productions: James Fritz’s The Fall, Bola Agbaje’s Bitches and an adaptation of Mohsin Hamid’s Man Booker-shortlisted The Reluctant Fundamentalist.
Paul Roseby, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain (NYT) has announced a new season of work for the company in celebration of their 60th anniversary year. It includes premiere adaptations of two Booker shortlisted novels, a new West End repertory season, and residencies at London’s Arcola and Finborough Theatres.
Kenneth Cranham awarded Best Actor for “the role of a lifetime” Denise Gough awarded Best Actress only three years after winning Most Promising Newcomer Bend It Like Beckham wins Best Musical Robert Icke awarded Best Director for Oresteia The Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards 2015 were hosted today, Tuesday 26th January 2016, by the Critics’ Circle Drama Section Chairman (and My Theatre …
Hangmen, Judi Dench, Bend It Like Beckham, Oresteia are among the winners… The annual best of lists are always a good indication of who’s likely to triumph at the Critics’ Circle Awards, which were presented this afternoon at the Delfont Room in the West End’s Prince of Wales Theatre. Understandably so as it’s critics who, by and large, draw up those lists and critics only – voting by secret, first-past-the-post ballot – who determine the Critics’ Circle Awards.
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