Not quite ‘when shall we three Zoom again’, Big Telly Theatre’s imaginative online version of Macbeth has some impressive moments.
With some scenes of conflict filmed in a style which evokes the “found-footage” style seen in The Blair Witch Project and others, this Big Telly Theatre Company’s Macbeth – for which audience members are instructed to draw the curtains and dim the lights – offers psychological chills from the start.
This enchanting production of Peter Pan is filled with enough magic and creativity to make the adults in the audience fully embrace the child within.
Directors Timothy Sheader and Liam Steel have melded World War One and circus in Peter Pan at the Open Air Theatre Regent’s Park.
Casting has been announced for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Peter Pan (17 May to 15 June 2018), directed by artistic director Timothy Sheader.
The New Vic Theatre’s celebrated production of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days adapted by Laura Eason and directed by Theresa Heskins arrives at London’s Cadogan Hall, as part of a major six month tour. The production opens 2 August and runs until 2 September. Around the World in 80 Days first premièred at the New Vic Theatre …
The fear of getting older is something that many of us grapple with our entire lives. Milestone birthdays turn into worrisome days where we mourn the years we have lost instead of looking forward to those we have ahead.
Getting older is often confused with getting sicker, becoming frail and disabled or ending up confined to a vegetative-like state in an old people’s home. But there is still vitality in the later years of life – the personality, likes and dislikes of a human don’t disappear with age.