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LA RONDE – The Bunker

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Ian FosterLeave a Comment

Arthur Schnitzler’s 1897 play of 10 interlinked intimate encounters has proven enduringly popular over the years – adapted for the gays, for fans of musicals, for Charlie Spencer’s libido – and now Max Gill has taken a decidedly 21st century gender-neutral approach to La Ronde for the opening salvo in the Bunker’s second season.

Photos & podcast: With playwright Elinor Cook & the Pilgrims company

In Audio, Features, Interviews, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Touring by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

Critic Matt Trueman described Elinor Cook‘s Pilgrims, about a pair of young mountain climbers, as the “peak of playwriting”. I got to talk mountain climbing, metaphors and much more with this whipsmart George Devine Award-winning playwright at last night’s Q&A after the performance of Pilgrims at London’s Yard Theatre.