This week the London theatre bloggers discuss the premiere of Father Comes Home from the Wars at the Royal Court as well as recent runs of Unfaithful and The Dover Road.
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This week the London theatre bloggers discuss The Emperor starring Kathryn Hunter at the Young Vic, Torn at the Royal Court and Beth Steel’s latest play at Hampstead Theatre, Labyrinth.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss the revival of JB Priestley’s The Roundabout at the Park Theatre, Much Ado About Nothing in a pop-up production at Selfridges department store, and Zoe Lewis’ new play Britten in Brooklyn.
Here the London theatre bloggers discuss Lee Hall’s play with music Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, and two more new plays: Adam Brace’s They Drink It in the Congo at the Almeida and 946 The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips at the Globe.
Here the London theatre bloggers discuss Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Allego, The Plough and the Stars at the National and The Collector at the Vaults.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss Andrew Lloyd Webber musical revival Jesus Christ Superstar at the Open Air Theatre, Yerma starring Billie Piper at the Young Vic and the Donmar’s recent production of Brian Friel’s Faith Healer.
In this special edition of the (still) As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast (AYULTP), the bloggers are focusing on one production only, albeit a two-part one: the world premiere of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Be warned: their free-ranging discussion may not strictly #KeepTheSecrets…
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss new Off-West End plays: Karagula at Tottenham Hale’s Stys, Maggie and Pierre at the Finborough and Cuttin’ It at the Royal Court Upstairs.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss Ralph Fiennes in Richard III at the Almeida, Mike Bartlett’s test play Wild at Hampstead and the stage version of Sideways at St James Theatre.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss Jesse Eisenberg’s double West End debut The Spoils, Helen McCrory in Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea, the return of Titanic, and Human Animals at the Royal Court.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss James Graham’s latest, plus a new look Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Globe and The Suicide at the National.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss Kenneth Branagh’s star-studded West End Romeo and Juliet, plus Blue/Orange revived at the Young Vic and the UK premiere of The Flick at the National.
This week, the London theatre bloggers discuss Jamie Lloyd’s West End production of Doctor Faustus starring Game of Thrones’ hunk Kit Harington, Nick Payne’s new play Elegy starring Zoe Wanamaker at the Donmar Warehouse, and Iphigenia Quartet at the Gate Theatre.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss the latest “goes wrong” offering from Mischief Theatre, the West End transfer of Show Boat, cult musical comedy The Toxic Avenger and new play Cyprus Avenue.
In this special compilation podcast, AYULTP rounds up reviews from the past year for productions that triumphed at this year’s Olivier Awards.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss two plays at the Globe’s indoor Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, plus Florian Zeller’s The Truth and If You Kiss Me Kiss Me with Jane Horrocks.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss The Painkiller with Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon, new musical Miss Atomic Bomb and fringe play German Skerries at the Orange Tree Theatre.
This week the London theatre bloggers – including syndicate Mates Johnny Fox and Laura Kressly – discuss Jamie Lloyd’s West End revival of The Maids, Welcome Home, Captain Fox at the Donmar Warehouse and new play Correspondence at the fringe Old Red Lion Theatre.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss productions including Sarah Kane’s Cleansed at the National, I See You at the Royal Court Upstairs and Firebird, transferred from Hampstead to Trafalgar Studios.
This week the London theatre bloggers discuss The War of the Worlds in the West End, a modern-dress Uncle Vanya at the Almeida production, Complicite’s The Encounter and the recent UK premiere of Rabbit Hole.