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Another one of our Camden Fringe Featured Shows, American actor and activist Victoria Cano’s playwriting debut Pomegranate Season premieres at the Cockpit Theatre from 20 to 22 August 2018. The festival run of this timely #MeToo movement play, exploring the aftermath of a rape, will also raise funds for two charities addressing sexual abuse.
After another round of strong reviews for the final offering in its inaugural season, the Barn Theatre has announced a one-week extension for its revival of Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Michael Strassen’s production will now continue until 11 August 2018. Check out the brand-new trailer before – and then get booking!
We’re counting down to the premiere of BREATHE, the follow-up play about teenage suicide by Athenaeum Productions’ 18-year-old founder George Jaques, which premieres next week at London’s Bunker Theatre. Breathe in this video trailer with its simply stunning coastal cinematography – and then get booking!
In the second of our two-part interview series for Two for the Seesaw, we catch up with leady lady Elsie Bennett, who tells us why she loves the 1958 play’s old Hollywood charm and how much she’s enjoying her Bronx accent. Find out what her co-star and Buckland Theatre Company founder Charles Dorfman said here. Time to get booking!
Athenaeum Productions, founded by then 16-year-old actor-producer George Jaques, is gearing up for the premiere next week of its second play BREATHE. Sneak a peek inside rehearsals with Jaques and the company, all aged under 25, as they tackle this gritty new play about teenage suicide – and then get booking!