Venezuelan writer Gustavo Ott’s Your Molotov Kisses is relocated to London for its UK premiere at Camden Fringe next month. Director Gianluca Lello tells us what drew him to the piece, why Camden is such an important alternative to Edinburgh come August, and how “people who lie, scheme and delude themselves to get ahead” create such great drama. Check out our interview below – and then get booking!
“Bloody hell!” said The Stage of newcomer Sarah Louise Hughes, who takes the title role in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, the final hit offering in the Barn Theatre, Cirencester’s inaugural season. Ahead of Mates co-founder Terri Paddock’s post-show Q&A with Hughes, director Michael Strassen and the cast this Friday night, we’ve rounded up other review highlights that show why Barn productions really are #theatreworthtravellingfor. Time to get booking!
If Mark Gatiss tweets his love for your show, you must be doing something right! Just opened on Friday (13 July 2018), the world premiere of Alkaline has already garnered some great reviews as well as praise from Gatiss as well as other big hitters. We’ve rounded up these top tweets and some of our favourite review highlights below. Time to get booking!
Travel back to 1950s New York with these first-look photos of the long-overdue West End premiere of William Gibson’s 1958 Broadway hit Two for the Seesaw, which officially opens to the press on Tuesday. Scroll through our bumper, first-look production shots of stars Charles Dorfman and Elsie Bennett in action – and then get booking!
We’re counting down to the long-overdue West End premiere of William Gibson’s 1958 Broadway hit Two for the Seesaw, which starts performances at Trafalgar Studios 2 care of Buckland Theatre on 12 July. Sneak a peek into rehearsals with stars Charles Dorfman and Else Bennett and director Gary Condes with our gallery below – and then get booking!
Ahead of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice’s opening tomorrow night (11 July 2018) at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester, you’ve got to check out our gallery of production photos of the cast in action. These clearly show why Barn Theatre productions really are #theatreworthtravellingfor. Time to get booking!
After the critically acclaimed run of Birthday Suit at the Old Red Lion Theatre in 2017, pluck.productions are bringing their latest show to the Park Theatre this July. Alkaline is a play about faith, friendship and fear. Where does our duty lie? And do we ever dare to be different? Time to get booking!
If you had to choose just three Hollywood legends to build a theatre show around, who would you choose? For Sirens of the Silver Screen, Beth Burrows selected Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe. At last week’s post-show discussion hosted by MyTheatreMates’ Terri Paddock at the Tabard Theatre, she explained why she did, how much fun she had researching each and to which she feels most connected.