Dirty Hearts, written by Theatre503 award-winning Valhalla’s Paul Murphy and billed as “an existential comedy for the age of anxiety”, gets its world premiere next month at London’s Old Red Lion Theatre.
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First reviews are in for Michael Southan’s “comical, heart-warming and enlightening” debut play Kerbs. The new comedy about dating whilst disabled, co-produced by Graeae and Belgrade Theatre, is now on tour. Don’t miss!
She can’t get enough of London and London can’t get enough of her! Internationally acclaimed, Italian cabaret artist Anita Luna returns this month with THE DIVA. Before packing her bags, she took a break to tell us more about the award-winning one-woman show.
Wildcard Theatre, the multi-award-winning company behind Edinburgh Fringe hit Electrolyte, mounts a highly anticipated new production of Tempest, coming to London’s Pleasance Theatre from 11 March to 3 April 2022. Time to get booking!
In 2022, 100 years on from the formation of the Irish state’s independence from British rule, Strange Fish this month presents a new production of Dev’s Army, Stuart D Lee’s multi-award-winning whip-smart comedy set during a seminal time in Ireland’s history.
Jamie O’Neill stars in Proforca Theatre’s Volcano, co-written by James Lewis and Georgie Bailey, which premieres at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre from 8 to 12 March 2022. He took a break from rehearsals to tell us more about it.
Debs Newbold’s Offies-nominated, one-woman Lost in Blue is “a gripping story… as hilarious as it is poignant”, says Broadway Baby. We’ve rounded up highlights from the show’s raft of other five- and four-star reviews. Just a handful of chances left to see the show at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre, where it must end this Saturday 26 February 2022.
Debs Newbold officially opens to press tonight (17 February 2022) at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre in her acclaimed one-woman show Lost in Blue, running for a limited season until 26 February 2022. Have a look at our bumper gallery of brand-new production photos, which really capture the dynamism of Debs’ storytelling. Time to get booking!
After lauded productions of Feel, At Last and Lately, Proforca Theatre premieres its latest new play by James Lewis, co-written with Georgie Bailey, at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre next month. Volcano runs from 8 to 12 March 2022.
Sankofa, shortlisted for The Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2021, gets its premiere this week at London’s Bread & Roses Theatre. The one-woman play, written and performed by Nicole Acquah, runs from 15 to 19 February 2022.
We’re counting down to the London transfer of Debs Newbold’s acclaimed one-woman show Lost in Blue, which runs at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre from 15 to 26 February 2022. The evocative trailer shows how storytelling, live music and sound technology blend together to brilliant effect.
Making its premiere at the Belgrade from 26 February to 5 March 2022, laugh-out-loud new comedy Kerbs is the debut play from disabled writer Michael Southan. We recently chatted with Michael to find out more about his inspiration behind the story.
Are you one of the thousands of theatregoers that loves to take a quick photo of the stage from your seat before the curtains open for a show? Plenty of people do it, and it’s always nice to have that little reminder of your theatre outing to look back on.
About 500, which takes its title from the number of ovulations a woman is likely to have in her life, finally gets its live premiere this month, rescheduled after two Vault Festival cancellations. Writer and director Simona Hughes took time out of rehearsals to tell us more about the show and its journey.
In the second of our two-part Lost in Blue interview, writer and performer Debs Newbold discusses how Vincent Van Gogh’s art inspired both the play and her own experiments with painting. Time to get booking!
Kerbs, a new comedy about dating whilst disabled, receives its world premiere this month at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, in a co-production with Graeae, the UK’s leading disabled-led theatre company. Time to get booking!
About 500, Simona Hughes’ acclaimed play about women’s infertility, finally gets its live premiere this month with limited dates at London’s Union and Omnibus Theatres. Time to get booking!
Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon, the acclaimed one-person show written and performed by BAFTA winner Rosie Day, transfers to London’s Southwark Playhouse for a strictly limited season from 9 February to 5 March 2022. Time to get booking!
Lost in Blue, the gripping story of a man in a coma as told by the daughter who helped to put him there, comes to London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre in February. In the first of our two-part interview, we talk to writer and performer Debs Newbold about the piece’s genesis, her relationship with director John Wright and the power of sound.