Bren Gosling’s new play Invisible Me focuses on the life of three people who have recently turned 60. It is refreshing to see a show that talks about sex, life and relationships for the over 60s, given our culture’s obsession with youth. There is a strong theme of reinvention that I enjoyed, as it is good to be reminded that we can adapt and shake things up at any age.
“Very enjoyable and uplifting,” that how actor Andrew Fettes would describe both Bren Gosling’s new dramatic comedy Invisible Me (playing at New Wimbledon Theatre’s Studio from 3-11 September 2021) and the experience of rehearsing for his first role in a live theatre production post-lockdown.
Casting has been announced for new dramatic comedy Invisible Me by Bren Gosling (Moment of Grace, The Actors Centre; PROUD, Studio at New Wimbledon Theatre) which will play at New Wimbledon Theatre’s Studio space in south west London from 3-11 September 2021.
Platform 4’s Invisible Music presents a beautiful and thought-provoking soundscape that is a wonderful manifestation of creativity in this period of isolation.
It opened to the press on the hottest night of the year, but raised temperatures didn’t dampen critics’ enthusiasm for Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing, which brings Holmes home to Marylebone for a limited season. We’ve rounded up selected review highlights below. Time get booking!
Actor Philip Mansfield chatted to Emma Clarendon about playing Doctor Watson in Sherlock Holmes & the Invisible Thing at the Rudolf Steiner Theatre.
We’re counting down to Sherlock Holmes’ return home to Baker Street. Sneak a peek at our gallery of first-look production shots of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing, officially opening at Rudolf Steiner House in Marylebone. Time get booking!
Deerstalker cap? Check. Pipe? Check. The cast of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing have been getting into character as they prepare to bring Holmes home to Baker Street. Check out our character portraits gallery – and then get booking!
Elementary? The cast who will solve the cast of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing has been revealed! We can’t wait to see this brilliant restaging that will bring London’s most famous detective home to Baker Street next month. Time to get booking, sleuths!
Sherlock Holmes is returning home to Baker Street to solve a new theatrical case this summer… in an unconventional Off-West End venue. Time to get booking, sleuths!
Well then – clowning, bouffon and dark comedy are all in the mix in Cabaret From The Shadows, an intriguing new performance in the intriguing new performance space of the Invisible Wind Factory.
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Kate Pankhurst’s best-selling picture book Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World is filled with fascinating facts about some of the amazing women who have changed the course of history. And it’s now been adapted into a musical by a creative team of wonderful women.
Even 20th century drama is under threat. So can the National Theatre buck this trend with this rediscovery of The Corn Is Green, and some help from its star, Nicola Walker?
The NHS estimates that postpartum psychosis affects around 1 in 500 mothers shortly after giving birth. Zena Forster’s explosive new dark comedy looks at this, whilst being a real crowd-pleaser.
THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH. Almeida, N1 THE SCOTTISH PLAY WE NEEDED Say what you like about star-casting and auteur-ish directors messing with Shakespeare, but sometimes a multiple Academy Award nominee has a trumpeted on a British … Continue reading →
12 at the Greenhouse Theatre draws a line between language, environment and memory in a tender story of hope and deep affection that questions what is worth preserving as we lose our grasp of the world around us.
Performer and writer Kim Scopes’ fun and exciting new play Somewhere to Belong, looking at the challenges of stereotypes about the bi community in a new way, will run at London’s Lion and Unicorn Theatre from 27 to 31 July 2021 (Press Night is 28 July).
Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Indhu Rubasingham‘s revival of Ayad Akhtar’s play at the Kiln Theatre.
This weekly column keeps track of the shows that are coming back, or are newly being announced, as theatres prepare to re-open from next month onwards. It will be updated weekly until such time as it becomes a reality, and from then on will provide a weekly update to that week’s openings and future ones.
Theatre producer PW Productions has announced that the company is developing a new stage production of The Invisible Man, created by the Bafta Award-winning Derren Brown and written by the award-winning Barney Norris. The plan is to premiere the new production in the autumn of 2022 with theatre and booking details to be announced soon.