Following the success of his first season at The Bunker, artistic director Chris Sonnex’s new season cements his vision for the theatre, representing and sharing the stories of its community.
The 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme has been launched, featuring a diverse selection of work from the worlds of theatre, dance, circus, physical theatre, comedy, music, musicals and opera, cabaret and variety, children’s shows, spoken word, free shows, exhibitions and events.
It’s natural that your reactions to shows are filtered through the prism of the current social and political climate. And savvy theatres, of course, seek to judge the mood and programme accordingly.
Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.
Brill! Lively, but also occasionally moving, account of growing up while your Mum becomes a cult member.
Anoushka Warden’s debut play My Mum’s a Twat, a celebration of rebellion and resilience, is directed by Royal Court Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone and Jude Christian and runs at the Court’s Jerwood Theatre Upstairs until 20 January 2018. What do critics say?
Patsy Ferran has been cast in the world premiere of My Mum’s a Twat, the debut play by Anoushka Warden, which runs at the Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs from 8 to 20 January 2018.
The Royal Court Theatre has today announced new season of work for autumn/winter 2017/18. The programme includes five world premieres.