A polished and carefully directed production, Lemons is the kind of thought-provoking play that keeps giving, with plenty of material to ensure an excellent debate in the bar afterwards.
At a time when everyone has an opinion about Brexit and national policy comes Sam Steiner’s dystopian drama Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons to London’s Barons Court Theatre next month.
Charming, delectable, delicious. And those are just the custard creams… It’s not often I get offered biscuits at the post-show Q&As I chair, but at a show called The Ministry of Biscuits, it would have seemed remiss not to.
Did you know that Philip Reeve, the award-winning novelist whose Mortal Engines has just been made into a major motion picture care of The Lord of the Rings’ Peter Jackson, also writes musicals? Don’t miss Terri Paddock’s post-show Q&A with him and The Ministry of Biscuits on 31 January 2019.
Written and directed by Jody Medland, The Unspoken is a distinctive play whose subject matter is seldom tackled in a theatrical context.
How would you cope if your partner was diagnosed with autism? Mike Heath’s new play The Big Things, now running at London’s Baron’s Court Theatre until 5 May, traces one couple’s journey and how it affects them and their partnering. Watch these lovely behind-the-scenes videos with the show’s stars May Cunningham and Matthew John Wright from the rehearsal room – and then get booking!
How many autistic adults are undiagnosed? Mike Heath’s new play The Big Things gets its world premiere tonight (18 April 2018) at London’s Baron’s Court Theatre, where it runs until 5 May, including a post-show Q&A chaired by Mates co-founder Terri Paddock on 27 April. Check out our bumper photo galleries – and then get booking!
Shakespeare’s play has been adapted and transported to 1960s London, where the Krays reign supreme and hold the East End in terror – in a nod to these famous twins, Richard himself is split into two distinct characters.
This 1960’s set production of Shakespeare’s chilling play has some good ideas – but sadly it doesn’t quite come together in the way it should.
Moonchild Theatre Company’s ethos is “to create stimulating theatre that our audiences can discuss and evaluate.” Written by Callum O’Brien their new play, Pluto, was definitely one to be discussed.
I talk to Liam Joseph and Callum O’Brien, founders of Moonchild Theatre Company about their upcoming new play Pluto. Liam and Callum are both friends who met through working at the Harold Pinter theatre when working front of house.
Tales of plague-ridden London were Christine Foster’s inspiration to write the play, so it’s no surprise that this is where the story’s strongest. Because we never leave the cell, we – like the prisoners – have to rely on infrequent reports from outside as and when they come.
The Monologues Of A Tired Nurse, written by Stephanie Silver, is a stark observation of the conditions that NHS staff face every day. On the ITU ward, the pressure is more intense, the stakes higher.
Angel Theatre Company will present a new and unique piece of theatre titled Eavesdropping at Barons Court Theatre in July 2016. A note from Caroline – Before we go into […]