Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Bijan Sheibani’s production, A Taste Of Honey at the Trafalgar Studios
With its comment on the burden of expectation placed on women, class struggle, race and sexuality, more than six decades on A Taste Of Honey has lost none of its bite.
Bijan Sheibani’s production of A Taste Of Honey is entertaining without being flashy, showcasing Shelagh Delaney’s text in all its humour, honesty and melancholia.
Some outstanding performances overcome a series of gimmicky directorial choices in the UK National Theatre’s touring production of A Taste of Honey at the King’s.
The National Theatre does not disappoint with A Taste of Honey. The production is absolutely superb, with some of the cleverest staging imaginable.
There were four wins for Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre at this year’s UK Theatre Awards. The winners were revealed in a lunchtime ceremony at London’s Guildhall.
Poldark actor Aidan Turner has won the Joe Allen Best West End Debut Award for his performance in The Lieutenant of Inishmore at the Noel Coward Theatre as part of The Stage Debut Awards 2018.
Superb performances enliven this revival of Andrea Dunbar’s 1982 classic about sex and poverty in Bradford
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For me, it’s this ongoing decision to keep Rita, Sue and Bob Too performed as a comedy more than a drama that is at the heart of its problem. This should be a play of tiny tragedies.
Taj Atwal, Gemma Dobson and James Atherton (well known from TV’s Hollyoaks and Coronation Street) are Rita, Sue and Bob Too in Max Stafford-Clark’s new Out of Joint production of Andrea Dunbar‘s 1982 landmark play. They’re joined in the cast by Sally Bankes, Samantha Robinson and David Walker. Following its opening at Octagon Theatre from 6 to 23 September 2017, Rita, Sue and Bob Too will …