Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Thomas Middleton’s Jacobean drama, Women Beware Women.
The renamed Tricycle (no, I am not taking sides) is open: its leader Indhu Rubasingham launches her sprauncy new theatre with Alexis Zegerman’s dark, sharp new comedy about one of the great corruptions of British society.
Coyly advertised as Holy Sh!t, actor and writer Alexis Zegerman’s new play is a topical account of the lengths that some parents will go to get their kids into the best local schools.
Opening the newly refurbished theatre Kiln Theatre, Alexis Zegerman’s comedy Holy Sh!t! examines what lengths people go to give their children the best future possible. Here, Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…
The cast has been announced for Kiln Theatre artistic director Indhu Rubasingham’s world premiere production of Alexis Zegerman’s Holy Sh!t, the first in the newly refurbished venue (previously the Tricycle), reopening after a major capital redevelopment project.
The Slaves of Solitude is set in the winter of 1943. We are in the Rosamund Tea Rooms boarding house, in Henley-on-Thames.
Miss Roach is played by the ever-marvelous Fenella Woolgar and she’s partnered by Lucy Cohu, another favourite actress, and there are moments in this gently played Second World War-set story that shimmer with effectiveness.
West End leading lady Madalena Alberto will perform in the new concert series Pizza Express Live! in Holborn on Sunday 3rd December 2017, 8pm.