The Werewolf of Washington Heights is a play by Christie Perfetti Williams that was first staged in the US in 2017.
After ★★★★★ success at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, The Good Scout becomes the latest Glenn Chandler festival hit to transfer directly to London’s Above the Stag Theatre. Time to get booking!
Like its predecessors, 2019’s Les Misérables: The Staged Concert will be long remembered as another notable event in the musical’s performance history, heralding the return of Michael Ball to a show he helped to establish, but this time in the role of Javert.
We’re counting down to The Eyes of the Night, premiering next month as part of the Cervantes Theatre’s second annual Contemporary Spanish Playwriting season, supported by Acción Cultural Española and Arts Council England. Simone Coxall has been running both the English and Spanish casts through their paces. Sneak a peek inside rehearsals – and then get booking!
Relatively obscure British crime writer Ethel Lina White’s greatest legacy is her 1936 novel, The Wheel Spins – two years after publication, Alfred Hitchcock directed the film The Lady Vanishes, widely regarded as one of British cinema’s greatest works, based on her book.
Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.
Proforca Theatre Company reunites the team behind its acclaimed hit Feel for the premiere of At Last, which opens the autumn/winter season at London’s newly relaunched Lion & Unicorn Theatre. Plan ahead and get booking!
The Kiln Theatre is on a roll! With Blues in the Night packing in audiences in Kilburn this summer and their production of The Son about to open in the West End, it’s time to look ahead to this autumn’s world premiere of Indian dramatist Anupama Chandresekhar’s When the Crows Visit, inspired by Ibsen’s Ghosts and true events. Have you seen full casting details? Time to get booking!
Can we ever really know what happened between two people behind closed doors? That’s the question at the heart of Anna Zeigler’s provocative new two-hander Actually, and one the company, audience and I grappled with after last week’s performance at Trafalgar Studios.
The female-led 2019 line-up at the Cervantes Theatre, London’s home for Spanish and Latin American plays, continues this autumn with the second annual Contemporary Spanish Playwriting season, supported by Acción Cultural Española and Arts Council England.
“Compelling, concise, and heartbreaking,” “powerfully acted” – Take a look at the brilliant reviews for Two’s Company’s revival of Philip King’s Go Bang Your Tambourine, then book your tickets for the final weeks of the show’s run at Finborough Theatre.
Anna Ziegler’s Actually is a journey into sexual consent, following a drunken hook up of two college students, and the different perspectives on their encounter.
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Tuesday 3 September 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock talks comic masterminds behind The Crown parody, The Crown Dual. Got any questions, royal watchers?
River in the Sky shows that even for those dealing with the ramifications of fertility issues, speaking frankly and directly is seldom on the cards.
Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Oscar Toeman’s production of Anna Ziegler’s new play Actually.
Peter Taylor’s script beautifully utilises imagery and metaphor in River in the Sky at the Hope Theatre and the overarching concept is strong.
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Thursday 29 August 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock heads to Bromley for the start of Cabaret’s new tour, starring John Partridge as the emcee. Got any questions?
First performed in 1970, Tricia Thorns’ revival of Philip King’s Go Bang Your Tambourine is remarkably the first time the play has ever been performed in London
Michael Morpurgo’s story, The Mozart Question, is essentially about the solace and joy great music gifts us. For Paola’s parents, however, beautiful music presages pain and shame and guilt.
Sh*t Happens at Camden People’s Theatre is full of humour, honesty, poetry and physical theatre.