As part of her resumed post-show talk series, Mates founder Terri Paddock will chair a discussion following the performance of Mercurius Theatre’s revival of Anton Chekhov’s Vaudevilles, adapted by Michael Frayn, at London’s White Bear Thatre on Wednesday 27 October 2021. Time to get booking!
In this one-woman show, writer and performer Beth Burrows fascinates her audience even as she exposes some of the flaws of her famous male subjects: Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
Mates founder Terri Paddock will chair a post-show discussion for the London premiere of The Tragedy of Dorian Gray, Blue Devil Theatre’s updating of Oscar Wilde’s classic, at the Drayton Arms Theatre on 23 October 2021. Time to get booking!
Maximus Polling reprises his titular performance as the ever-youthful Dorian in Blue Devil Theatre’s award-winning adaptation, transferring to Drayton Arms Theatre from 19 October.
Roger Ajogbe stars as Roland in Proud, Bren Gosling’s powerful new drama tackling racism and homophobia. He took a break from rehearsals to tell us more about the play.
How far would you go to right a wrong? Terri Paddock discussed with the cast and creatives of Robert Boulton’s debut play Snowflakes after a performance at the Old Red Lion Theatre.
The Bargain, a new play billed as “Noel Coward meets Neil Gaiman”, gets its world premiere this month at Ye Olde Rose & Crown Theatre in Walthamstow, east London. The Controlled Chaos production runs from 20 to 30 October 2021.
Could you spot a “catfish”? DARLING, an American tale of love, mercy and mail fraud by award-winning US playwright Kathy Rucker, gets its world premiere next month at north London’s Hope Theatre.
I was immediately hooked when Glenn Chandler told me he had written a new musical inspired by that history, staged at Above the Stag, which in its current home beneath the railway arches at Albert Embankment, actually borders the Gardens.
As part of the London Horror Festival 2021, Revenge: The Horror Cabaret will scare audiences for one night only at north London’s Pleasance Theatre on Thursday 21 October 2021.
Ardent Theatre Company’s new play Rethink highlights the inequality of opportunities breaking into the theatre industry, particularly in the aftermath of Covid.
Luck Be a Lady is a one-woman extravaganza exploring the successes of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra from the perspective of the women who made it happen.
After multiple extensions and an endorsement from Stephen Schwartz himself, Pippin must finish at London’s Charing Cross Theatre this Sunday. We checked in with the show’s stars ahead of their final performances. Last chance to book!
Luck Be A Lady is a one-woman extravaganza that explores the stratospheric successes of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra from the perspective of the powerful women who made it happen. It’s coming to north London’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse for a strictly limited run this October.
Originally devised as an educational piece in the height of the Zoom era of the pandemic, Alfie James’ My Boy Danny will have its live performance debut at the Lion & Unicorn next month.
The biggest pleasure in Glenn Chandler and Charles Miller’s new musical, inspired by the hedonistic history of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, is the beautiful set and video projections.
Just Some Theatre bring their interactive murder mystery The Killer Question to London’s Greenwich Theatre this week for three performances only. Audiences on tour are already loving it! Check out the brand-new trailer plus our bumper photo galleries.
Theatre meets local history in Glenn Chandler and Charles Miller’s ‘romantic’, ‘fruity’, ‘bawdy’ and ‘thought-provoking’ new musical at London’s Above the Stag Theatre. We’ve rounded up the reviews. Time to get booking!
Following an acclaimed start to its London autumn tour, enter the world of Empty in Angel an enjoy these production images to discover more about the story taking audiences inside the life of a bicycle courier fighting for rights.
Prolific Off West End producers Mercurius Theatre — nominated for a staggering eight Offies — return with their critically-acclaimed production of Anton Chekhov’s Vaudevilles next month.