Couldn’t miss Nicholas Hytner’s bit of mischief: after his years of being being alternately feted and rubbished in print, he displays directorial glee in sending up the noisome denizens of a broadsheet arts desk thanks to Lucinda Coxon’s black-hearted comedy of modern media manners, Alys, Always at the Bridge Theatre.
Tom Hiddleston stars in Jamie Lloyd’s revival of Harold Pinter’s play Betrayal. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…
The open air season will soon be upon us. “If winter comes, can spring be far behind? as Shelley puts it. And no one does open air theatre with more hopeful enthusiasm than the lovably daft British.
Throughout March, the Cervantes Theatre, London’s home of Spanish drama, is celebrating Madrid with Madrid is a Female Name, its mini-season of monologues imported from the Spanish capital. The programme continues this Saturday 9 March 2019 with Descarriadas.
LLLC’s Emma Clarendon chatted to Emily Curtis & Lauren-Nicole Mayes about starring in Eggs at the Tristan Bates Theatre.
This time around Chickenshed’s inclusive theatre company is exploring mental health in new show, 100% Chance of Rain.
From his first experience of Martin Luther King to why a telephone plays such an important role in his play, writer and performer Christopher Tajah tells us about his hit one-man Martin Luther King drama, Dream of A King. Read his fascinating interview, then book your tickets!
The joy of Stephen Adly Guirgis’ Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train is in meeting his characters: watching them perform to each other; hearing their patois and verbal brio; exude a charisma which they know gives them power.
Infrasound frequency, unsolved mysteries, paranoia and raising the profile of Cumbrian theatre – director Lexie Ward tells us why she’s so excited about bringing acclaimed all-female thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist to The Space this week. Read her interview, then book your tickets!
Find out what the critics made of Daniel Aukin’s production of Admissions at the Trafalgar Studios.