Hit Martin Luther King play Dream of a King is about to head off on a mini-tour of London before taking this insightful tale to the Brighton Fringe. Take a look at writer/performer Christopher Tajah taking on the role of the iconic civil rights leader, then book your tickets!
A bed-ridden father and a family suffering a lot of tension – that’s what we see in these candid, behind the scenes images from rehearsals for Tinted Frame’s revival of Nigel Williams’ My Brother’s Keeper?. Take a look at these candid shots then book your tickets for this tense family drama that runs at Playground Theatre from 26 February to 23 March 2019.
Far from a winter of discontent, March 2019 is the spring of excitement, as Alexandra Palace mounts its first ever co-production, staging Shakespeare’s Richard III with Headlong, Bristol Old Vic, Royal & Derngate Northampton and Oxford Playhouse. The history play runs in the newly restored London venue from 13 to 31 March.
“Fantastic”, “excellent”, “wicked” – all words that have been used by audiences who have seen Sunrise for the Blind at the Tristan Bates Theatre and have leaped onto social media to share their thoughts about the production. Take a look at the buzz building around the show, then book your tickets for the final few days of the play’s London run.
Following a successful run at The Playground Theatre in January, Christopher Tajah’s hit one-man play about Martin Luther King, Dream of a King, returns to the stage this spring. A tour of London in February and March will take it to Drayton Arms Theatre (26 February-2 March 2019), Waterloo East Theatre (12, 13, 19 & 20 March) and Bridge House Theatre (21-24 March), before it heads to the Brighton Fringe from 20-22 May.
As Nigel Williams’ tale of a troubled sibling relationship, My Brother’s Keeper?, receives its first major London revival since its 1985 premiere, Andy de la Tour tells us about how the play has stayed fresh and relevant, and playing a father who’s suffered a stroke. Read his interview, then book your tickets!
Lee Lomas comes from the growing breed of performers who is not content to wait for auditions to come around. He’s taken it on himself to step up and create the work he wants to star in and see more of. His latest production, Sunrise for the Blind, comes to Tristan Bates Theatre later this month. Read what he has to say about the show and working class representation on stage in our interview
First seen at Greenwich Theatre in 1985, Nigel Williams’ incisive, funny and affecting play about broken sibling relationships, My Brother’s Keeper, receives its first major revival at London’s Playground Theatre later this month. Andy de la Tour leads the production that runs from 26 February to 23 March 2019.