Surrey-based LynchPin Productions will be staging the European premiere of the award-winning play Apples in Winter by Jennifer Fawcett, directed by Claire Parker, at London’s Playground Theatre from 5-15 October 2022 (press night is 6 October).
In association with The Ukrainian Cultural Association in the UK (UCA-UK) London’s Playground Theatre is presenting Love & Destruction, celebrating the work of female Ukrainian artists through piano music and poetry and questioning the role of authoritarian male dictatorship through drama, running from 25 May to 28 May 2022 and on 29 May 2022.
ChewBoy Productions has launched ChewFest, a brand-new multi-arts festival for early-career creatives to experiment for free. The inaugural event runs for one week at London’s Lion and Unicorn Theatre from 23 to 28 May 2022.
Are you one of the thousands of theatregoers that loves to take a quick photo of the stage from your seat before the curtains open for a show? Plenty of people do it, and it’s always nice to have that little reminder of your theatre outing to look back on.
The Dead Ducks, University of York Comedy Society’s premier sketch troupe, is doing a run of seven shows across two venues at this year’s Camden Fringe with their new production Ducks Out of Water.
A Rat, A Rat premieres this month as one of the flagship productions at south London’s new Golden Goose Theatre. We talked to artistic director Georgia Leanne Harris about the play, leading an all-female team and launching a brand-new theatre during a pandemic.
The world premiere of Penetration by Carolyn Lloyd-Davies, a sensitive piece inspired by seven true stories of accusations and acquittals from 2014 to 2019, comes The Cockpit this autumn from 22- September to 9th October 2021 (press night is 23 September).
Spectra, a double bill of two short plays depicting the intricacies of female relationships in opposing contexts, gets its premiere care of an all-female team at the Etcetera Theatre.
An all-female cast and creative team bring Chloe Yates’ electric new play A Rat, A Rat to the stage at south London’s new Golden Goose Theatre, in association with mental health theatre company Stepping Out.
Returning after sell-out development dates in 2019, Swimming, Alex Bower’s new play about bisexuality and “choosing lanes”, returns this month to London’s White Bear Theatre for its world premiere in a three-week season, running from 3 to 21 August 2021.
Four more acclaimed productions from Olivier Award-winning producer James Seabright will stream globally over the next month via Stream Theatre, running from 1 to 25 July 2021. The four critically acclaimed shows were curated by Seabright and filmed last month before socially distanced audiences at east London’s Wilton’s Music Hall, the oldest surviving Grand Music Hall in the world. The streaming season comprises: multi-award-winning …
Access All Areas (AAA) and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (Central) are once again offering life-changing opportunities for performers to join their award-winning Performance Making Diploma for Learning Disabled and Autistic Adults.
Actor Adam Sina chatted to us about starring in Brian Cox’s production of Sinners at the Playground Theatre.
All in all, Netflix & Chill is a funny yet powerful play about mental health, self image, lad culture and the importance of human connection.
Netflix & Chill is a truly thought-provoking play which shines a spotlight on the taboo topic of male mental health.
From March 2020 a new cast will star in the West End production of Magic Goes Wrong, the box office hit created by Mischief Theatre with Penn & Teller, currently running at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Writer and actor Henry Shields chatted to Emma Clarendon about all things Mischief Theatre including the company’s year long season at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.
Adapted by Caridad Svich from Isabel Allende’s award-winning novel and directed by Paula Paz, The House of the Spirits is as much the history of a nation as a family drama. While the country of the play is ‘unnamed’, for those in the know the parallels…
Adapting a multi-generational family saga for the small stage takes ambition, confidence and knowing just where to cut, The House of the Spirits has all three covered.