I’m thrilled to reunite with Troupe – after events for acclaimed productions including The Sweet Science of Bruising, Rasheeda Speaking, Dear Brutus and The Cardinal – to chair a post-show Q&A for Simon Reade’s new adaptation of Christopher Isherwood’s 1964 novel A Single Man at London’s Park Theatre.
‘A theatrical experience that you will never forget’: CABARET – West End ★★★★★
A theatrical experience that you will never forget – Eddie Redmayne revels in the role of the Emcee, but Jessie Buckley steals the show in Cabaret.
‘Broad brushstrokes & clumsy physical comedy’: THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN – Jermyn Street Theatre ★★
The Dog Beneath the Skin is a bit of a dog’s dinner and a disappointing end to a patchy Scandal Season.
‘A curious & potent revival’: THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN – Jermyn Street Theatre
Auden and Isherwood may have had no stomach for a real fight, but no one can say they didn’t weaponise their words in a piece like The Dog Beneath the Skin – a bid to blunt the attack on a free society’s cherished first principles, the most important of which is enlightenment.
‘A fascinatingly drawn play’: THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN – Jermyn Street Theatre
Who knew that fascists could rhyme? WH Auden and Christopher Isherwood tackle inter-war Europe in The Dog Beneath The Skin at the Jermyn Street Theatre.
‘As a piece of vintage theatre, it may well be worth a look’: THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN – Jermyn Street Theatre ★★★★
The Dog Beneath the Skin is like nothing else you’ll see in London at the moment, and as a piece of vintage theatre, as well as vintage poetry, may well be worth a look.
‘An excellent production of an undiscovered classic’: THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN – Jermyn Street Theatre ★★★★
Dog Beneath the Skin is a bizarre, but ultimately very enjoyable play, marked with memorable performances from the entire cast – an excellent production of an undiscovered classic.
NEWS: Jermyn Street presents premieres of Woman Before a Glass & Network-inspired Mad as Hell
Jermyn Street Theatre’s dynamic 2018 spring season 2018 focuses on scandal and its impact with four plays: Woman Before a Glass, Mad as Hell, Hilda & Virginia and The Dog Beneath the Skin.