How did we get here? What does the future hold? What can we learn about from personal and political choices? This Restless State, a collaboration between writer Danielle Pearson and performer Jesse Fox, examines our European identity at three different points in time: 1989, 2017 and 2052. This brand-new show, a co-commission between Fuel Theatre and Ovalhouse, launches this week in London ahead of a regional tour. Got your tickets yet?
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Less than a week to go until The Barn – a brand-new, 200-seat, state-of-the-art theatre in the Cotswolds – officially opens its doors to the press with its inaugural production of Tony Award-winning family musical The Secret Garden. And leading Broadway director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell, who has signed up as one of the theatre’s stellar ambassadors, has a message for the cast.
Alces Productions’ acclaimed 1920s-set, Anglicised adaptation of Chekhov’s short story The Lady with a Dog transfers from the White Bear Theatre to Tabard Theatre this month for an extended season. Adapter/director Mark Giesser explains more about why he felt the story would sit so well in this different setting – and we go back to the source for further background. …
Fringe innovators The Pensive Federation return to The Vaults with their annual new writing event, The Significant Other Festival, running from 17 to 21 April 2018. Ten new 10-minute plays will be created in just 10 days and woven together in one grand, immersive piece – Pensive’s most ambitious production to date.
Casting has been announced for the European premiere of Audrey Cefaly’s award-winning American two-hander THE GULF, which runs from three weeks London’s Tristan Bates Theatre from 17 April 2018, including a post-show Q&A hosted by Mates co-founder Terri Paddock.
Final casting has been announced for the first complete London revival of Noël Coward’s Tonight at 8.30 since 1936, being staged by Jermyn Street Theatre as part of its The Reaction Season.
Jermyn Street Theatre’s The Reaction Season, running from 10 April to 18 August, will feature 15 plays and musicals – 12 of them one-act – based around themes of reacting and re-enacting.