The family at the centre of the story is that of Richard Myers (Robert Lindsay), an eminent geneticist who now has Parkinson’s Disease.
The first thing you notice upon entering the auditorium is the impressive dominating cross-section of the Myers’ family’s four-storey, ageing townhouse based in Manhattan.
Initial casting has been announced for the world premiere of Tom Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt, directed by Patrick Marber, along with a four-week extension to the run.
The renamed Tricycle (no, I am not taking sides) is open: its leader Indhu Rubasingham launches her sprauncy new theatre with Alexis Zegerman’s dark, sharp new comedy about one of the great corruptions of British society.
Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.
Coyly advertised as Holy Sh!t, actor and writer Alexis Zegerman’s new play is a topical account of the lengths that some parents will go to get their kids into the best local schools.
Opening the newly refurbished theatre Kiln Theatre, Alexis Zegerman’s comedy Holy Sh!t! examines what lengths people go to give their children the best future possible. Here, Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…
The actress Dorothea Myer-Bennett spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about starring in the world premiere production of Alexis Zegerman’s Holy Sh!t at the Kiln Theatre from 5 September to 6 October 2018.
The cast has been announced for Kiln Theatre artistic director Indhu Rubasingham’s world premiere production of Alexis Zegerman’s Holy Sh!t, the first in the newly refurbished venue (previously the Tricycle), reopening after a major capital redevelopment project.
With Mapping Brent running at venues across the local community, artistic director Indhu Rubasingham has announced the opening season at the company’s newly refurbished theatre, which sees the Tricycle Theatre relaunch as Kiln Theatre.