What if you were The Endling, the last of the human species? Strange Futures’ new show, exploring possible futures for the world and all that inhabit it, launches this month in London ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), hosted by the UK in Glasgow in November.
Joshua McTaggart will step down as artistic director of The Bunker Theatre in September 2018. David Ralf will continue to lead the London off West End theatre in his new role as executive director.
The festive fare at Chelsea Theatre this year comes courtesy of Paper Balloon, as they bring an alternative theatrical treat to the stage. It’s aimed primarily at young families.
Grace McKenzie discusses Island Song, the launch production for Polyphony Performances, her new company founded with Poppy Brooks. It’s performed for one night only this Saturday 30 September 2017 at London’s Chelsea Theatre.
A musical which promises to experiment with the boundaries of modern theatre is gearing up to open at Chelsea Theatre for a limited run. It’s directed by Cathy Rosario, who had this to say about the piece: What is particularly interesting about our musical is that it is based on the revolutionary visions of Ernst Toller, […]
Have you seen the reviews for our Featured Show, A Kingdom for a Stage? Tony Diggle’s new play, written in honour of the four hundredth anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, is directed by Andrew Loudon and stars Jonathan Coote (pictured above) as William Shakespeare. The premiere production’s limited season continues at London’s Chelsea Theatre until 7 May 2016.
In honour of the four hundredth anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, A Kingdom for a Stage, a new play by Tony Diggle (Show Me The Money), directed by West End director Andrew Loudon (Carrie’s War, Gertrude’s Secret, Cool Hand Luke), comes to London’s Chelsea Theatre, starring Jonathan Coote as William Shakespeare, recently seen in As You Like It and Our Country’s Good at the Royal National Theatre.