Homing Birds is a rich and evocative play that is well worth seeing.
If you’re with a bunch of co-workers and up for a turkey and tinsel-free ‘night out’ for your department that won’t frighten Mavis from Accounts, The Wolf Of Wall Street may be just what you’re looking for.
David Javerbaum’s hilarious comedy An Act Of God effectively brings the ten commandments into the 21st century.
Putting a spin on a Christmas Carol, we follow an alternative telling of this classic tale in the most seasonally way possible! Sh!t-Faced Showtime present A Pissedmas Carol, featuring an ever-revolving cast, a LOT of alcohol and raucous laughs a plenty.
We round up the reviews for the Lyric Hammersmith’s 2019 pantomime Cinderella.
Writer and actor Henry Shields chatted to Emma Clarendon about all things Mischief Theatre including the company’s year long season at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Hunger is a new adaptation by Fay Lomas of a 19th century novel by the same name, written by Norwegian author Knut Hamsun.
Tale of a tragedy, and unraveling the story behind it, Winsome Pinnock’s One Under comes to the Arcola Theatre next month following a successful UK tour. Book your tickets for the Graeae production now!
Director Bijan Sheibani turns playwright in a fine two-hander about family and the crisis of masculinity in The Arrival at the Bush Theatre.
Rhys Ifans will play the iconic role of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, the new play by Aaron Sorkin based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, directed by Bartlett Sher, which will open in London’s West End in 2020. Further casting will be announced.
Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.
A beaver, a bickering cast, a diminishing budget and a psychopath… discover what hit Camden Fringe comedy Up the Bunty! is all about, then book your tickets for its return to the Lion and Unicorn Theatre.
You’ve got to get active if you want to slay a fire-breathing beast. The ten-strong ensemble cast for Dragon look like they’re in full workout mode in rehearsals.
Headlong has announced its programme for 2020/21, the final season under current artistic director Jeremy Herrin.
Off the Cliff’s production of Luigi Jannuzzi’s 1981 short play A Bench At The Edge at the Tristan Bates Theatre is an enjoyable and sensitive production of a thought-provoking and off-beat comedy.
Everything is both spectacular and, importantly, also feels like something you could play at home with tablecloths and cardboard in The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe. If you can’t borrow any children to take, haul your own inner-child along.
Melly Still’s reworking of April De Angelis’ adaptation of My Brilliant Friend gives the show both a flowing and episodic quality as the interior monologue of the protagonist in the books is replaced by fully dramatised scenes.
“Stunningly intelligent,” “captivating and compelling”, “stunningly original” – Check out the reviews from an ealier run of solo drama Impact, which comes to London’s Hen & Chickens theatre this week, then book your tickets now.
Jonathan Groff and Darren Criss elevate Glee star Lea Michele’s first holiday album Christmas in the City.
Actress Michele Austin chatted to us about starring in Jamie Lloyd’s production of Cyrano de Bergerac at the Playhouse Theatre.