“There’s a lot of dark humour, a lot of very bad punning and some interesting 2000’s fashion choices – what’s not to like?”
Preparations are well under way for the premiere of Felicity Huxley-Miners’ new play In the Shadow of the Mountain, which has been specially selected for this month’s Who Runs the World? season of up-and-coming female playwrights at the King’s Head Theatre, before a full run at the Old Red Lion. Read our interview below with Felicity about why she wanted to write about Borderline Personality Disorder and how women are taking charge culturally – and then get booking!
Got your tickets yet for In the Shadow of the Mountain, a new mental health play by Felicity Huxley-Miners? This new play has been specially selected for this month’s Who Runs the World? season of up-and-coming female playwrights at the King’s Head Theatre, after which it transfers down the road to the Old Red Lion. Check out photos of Felicity and her co-star David Shears in rehearsals – and then get booking!
Terri Paddock confronted her own squeamishness about needles to research and write this feature about the phenomenon that is Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting. As Trainspotting Live officially opens tonight (29 March 2018) for a second, extended London season at The Vaults ahead of a New York transfer, gen up on your cultural history – and then get booking!