Mental illness is no fun. The portents aren’t good in A Rat, A Rat, yet this lively short play by Chloe Yates finds humour and possibility in every exchange.
The premiere of two-hander Lately will be performed by alternating duos at London’s Lion and Unicorn Theatre next month. Casting has now been announced.
New spine-chilling ghost story When Darkness Falls finally gets its premiere this month at London’s Park Theatre, where it will run for a limited season from tomorrow 18 August to 4 September 2021. Time to get booking!
After fascinating discussions around Feel and At Last, Terri Paddock is back with Proforca Theatre company to discuss Lately, a third new play by James Lewis as well as exciting future plans for Proforca’s London home at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre.
A Rat, A Rat premieres this month as one of the flagship productions at south London’s new Golden Goose Theatre. We talked to artistic director Georgia Leanne Harris about the play, leading an all-female team and launching a brand-new theatre during a pandemic.
At the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, the autumn/winter season launches with the Covid-postponed premiere of James Lewis’ Lately. We talked to artistic director David Brady about the play and life after lockdown in Kentish Town.
One-woman show Colour, exploring how racism gains ground in younger generations, makes its Edinburgh Fringe debut as part of The Space UK’s online programme. It’s already caught the eye of Mate Michael Davis.
Olivier Award nominee Rosemary Ashe and ‘Allo ‘Allo!’s Richard Gibson headline a rare revival of Irving Berlin’s 1950 Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Call Me Madam in September at Upstairs at the Gatehouse.
Spectra, a double bill of two short plays depicting the intricacies of female relationships in opposing contexts, gets its premiere care of an all-female team at the Etcetera Theatre.
You can discover the strangest things when you’re walking the dog in north London’s Tottenham Marshes. Musician turned Sasquatch-hunter Simon Stanley Ward is proof of that. We talked to him about his new one-man show premiering at Camden Fringe.
Proforca Theatre’s ongoing association with writer James Lewis’ continues next month with the Covid-postponed premiere of Lately, running at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre from 7 to 18 September.
It wasn’t long ago that My Theatre Mates was chatting to award-winning writer Lita Doolan about one of her plays receiving its world premiere at this year’s Brighton Fringe. Now, she is celebrating the opening of the first ever digital Edinburgh Festival Fringe with the inclusion of her solo show Ain’t No Female Romeo.
Does Bigfoot exist? In north London? Simon Stanley-Ward, musician turned explorer, presents his findings to the scientific community in How I Found and Captured Bigfoot During Lockdown at the Etcetera Theatre as part of Camden Fringe.
An all-female cast and creative team bring Chloe Yates’ electric new play A Rat, A Rat to the stage at south London’s new Golden Goose Theatre, in association with mental health theatre company Stepping Out.
After acclaim at Brighton Fringe, Unfiltered Productions’ work-in-progress The Doll Who Came to Tea, examining the voices that remain in your head after childhood trauma, transfers to Camden Fringe this month.
Romantic comedy sketch Meet Cute, created by two LAMDA students who graduated into a shuttered theatre industry during lockdown, gets its world premiere at London’s Etcetera Theatre as part of this month’s Camden Fringe.
Returning after sell-out development dates in 2019, Swimming, Alex Bower’s new play about bisexuality and “choosing lanes”, returns this month to London’s White Bear Theatre for its world premiere in a three-week season, running from 3 to 21 August 2021.
Lockdown Zoom hit Doing Shakespeare, one of the Northern Comedy Theatre’s multi-award-winning Doing series, comes to hilarious life onstage, with a London run at the Bridewell Theatre in November.
After a successful on-demand run streamed from London’s Cockpit Theatre during the darkest days of the UK’s third Covid lockdown, The Return returns live as part of the Camden Fringe 2021.
What if you were The Endling, the last of the human species? Strange Futures’ new show, exploring possible futures for the world and all that inhabit it, launches this month in London ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), hosted by the UK in Glasgow in November.