Iris Theatre’s Arabian Nights is a gloriously colourful adaptation of a well-known collection of tales, freshened up by Iris Theatre – the puppetry is a highlight of the storytelling.
Yes, indeed, get that drum rolling! HEAR ME HOWL officially premieres tonight (19 September 2018) at London’s Old Red Lion Theatre. Alice Pitt-Carter stars in this one-woman play about a woman who becomes a drummer in a punk band. Check our first-look production gallery – and then get booking (and howling)!
One week from today the Wild West is coming to north London care of Sense of Place Theatre’s brand-new production of Jethro Compton’s The Frontier Trilogy, running at Highbury’s Hen & Chickens Theatre from 2 to 6 October 2018. Learn who’s playing who in each of the three short plays and get into the rootin’-tootin’ mood with our sneak-peek rehearsal photos gallery and flashback video. Time to get booking!
British-born stage and screenwriter Bathsheba Doran is coming home care of Jermyn Street Theatre’s European premiere production of her 2010 hit Off-Broadway hit Parents’ Evening, which starts performances next week. Sneak a peek into the rehearsal room with stars Peter Hamilton Dyer and Amy Martson – and check out the team’s hilarious #SchooldaySelfies. Time to get booking!
So often with the news these days, parallels are drawn with our turbulent political times and the fascism that swept across Europe in the 1930s, and the question is asked: what would you do if…? Terri Paddock chaired a post-show Q&A with the writers and others from the company of new musical MIDNIGHT, set during Stalin’s Great Terror in Azerbaijan.
Where do the political and the personal meet… and, indeed, mirror one another? How dangerous is the rising tide of nationalism? Rib Davis’ latest stage play The Sword of Alex has got people talking! We’ve rounded up our favourite review highlights – plus top tweets and a brand-new trailer – below. Time to get booking!