“Inventive,” “entertaining,” “excellent” – Audiences have leaped onto social media to share their excitement about Bowie-inspired coming-of-age story Heroes. Take a look at what they had to say, then book your tickets for the show’s final week!
Are you a David Bowie fan? What first turned you on? Was it seeing his Top of the Pops debut as Ziggy Stardust? Was it your parents taking you to your first Bowie concert when you were still a baby? Was it memorising the album liner notes in your bedroom? Bebe Barry inherited her love of […]
Singing, dancing, angst and euphoria – that’s what we’re getting from these candid images from the rehearsal room of Bowie-inspired play Heroes. Have a peek then book your tickets!
“Being different and unique was suddenly on the table and something to aspire to.” Playwright and performer Bebe Barry tells us about how her father’s experience of seeing David Bowie perform led to the creation of coming-of-age tale Heroes. Read her interview then book your tickets!
Following sell-out runs at the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, Heroes, a coming-of-age tale set in the 1970s, comes to the Drayton Arms Theatre this month. The play, written by Bebe Barry & Tony Barry, runs from 29 April to 11 May. Book your tickets now!
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Tuesday 30 April 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock makes her Drayton Arms Theatre debut with Exploding Whale’s brilliant new coming-of-age play HEROES. Got any questions?
Is it London if there’s isn’t at least a couple of Philip Ridley plays in the offing?! Hot on the heels of Angry in Southwark and with Vincent River now on at the Park, Lidless Theatre is reviving his 2010 play Moonfleece at North London’s Pleasance Theatre.
What’s the point of philosophy? Watch Another Soup theatre company’s Facebook Live video for the full post-show Q&A with The Soul of Wittgenstein’s Richard Stemp, Ben Woodhall and director Dave Spencer, chaired by Mates co-founcer Terri Paddock.
True to form, Ron Elisha’s play The Soul of Wittgenstein is set during the Second World War, but while one of the protagonists is steeped in profound thoughts, the play is so much more than an intellectual exercise.
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Thursday 15 February 2018, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will talk to the director and stars of new play The Soul of Wittgenstein, which headlines this year’s progress-championing 96 Festival at London’s Clapham Omnibus. Got any questions?
Following an acclaimed development season at London’s King’s Head Theatre, The Soul of Wittgenstein transfers next month south of the river to Clapham’s Omnibus Theatre for a three-week season to headline the theatre’s 96 Festival. Watch our trailer and interview with director and stars – then get booking!