Gloriously surreal monologue about everyday anxieties in extraordinary circumstances: welcome back the glittering dark!
The Show People Podcast is back and in this episode host Andrew Keates is joined by actor Danny-Boy Hatchard.
Arion Productions has announced actor Annette Badland as a new patron. She joins composer Howard Goodall CBE and playwright Martin Sherman as champions of the London-based theatre company, under the artistic direction of MyTheatreMates contributor Andrew Keates.
Hackney Empire has announced the return of Olivier Award-nominated actress, television star and comedian Tameka Empson (EastEnders, The Big Life, 3 Non Blondes) for its landmark 20th-anniversary pantomime from writer and director Susie McKenna this Christmas.
Star of stage and screen Bonnie Langford is to join the cast of 42nd Street as the production extends its residency at Theatre Royal Drury Lane for a final time, through to Saturday 5 January 2019.
Former EastEnders star David Witts is returning from three years in LA to make his West End debut as Fiyero in Wicked from Monday 23 July 2018.
Ex-EastEnder Michelle Collins stars in haunting, if slightly flawed, account of belief and loneliness.
Nigel Harman has become a familiar name and face following his popular appearance in EastEnders as Dennis, the Son of Dirty Den. Since then he has gone on to appear on stage and screen as well as turn his hand to directing and producing.
Sleeping Beauty runs at Malvern Theatres from 15 December 2016 to 8 January 2017, for more information and to book your tickets for this fabulous family pantomime, follow this link: http://www.malvern-theatres.co.uk/events/event/sleeping-beauty-2/ The character of Carabosse is the equivalent of Maleficent in the pantomime version of Sleeping Beauty, produced by UK Productions. Would you believe that […]
David Ian, producer of the international award-winning musical CHICAGO, has announced that one of Britain’s most-loved soap stars, Jessie Wallace, will play the role of ‘Mama Morton’.
Actress Rebecca Charles has been part of the cast for the UK premiere production of Florian Zeller’s The Father, now on a new tour, since it began, and she’s still getting something different out of it with every performance. I caught up with Rebecca to ask her about this extraordinary play and to chat about her career to date.