Uncle Vanya at the Hope Theatre is a well designed production, with some strong performances – but its urgency clashes with the tone of the play.
A twisted but thrilling true crime two-hander, Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story is a must-see at the Hope Theatre.
Little Echoes is a captivating play, a powerful and important story with an unexpected and unnerving ending that really packs a punch.
Let’s hear it for pub theatres. Unheard of when I was a London teenager in the 1960s, there are now over 70 of them across the capital and they’re beginning to mushroom in other big cities too.
A drunken cycling accident inspired Tom Powell to become a playwright; an Easyjet flight to Bulgaria inspired his latest play Little Echoes, premiering this month at London’s Hope Theatre. He tells us more about other unlikely connections, observations and being wowed by others’ creative talent. Read our interview with him – and then get booking!
The Ruffian On The Stair is a terrific introduction to Joe Orton with a superbly well done production of a lesser known play – the cast of three are absolutely spot on.
Pentire Productions follows success with Rubber and Spiders with the world premiere of Tom Powell’s Little Echoes, which runs at London’s Hope Theatre from 19 February to 9 March 2019, with a press night on 21 February. Full casting, creatives and a charity partnership with Beyond the Streets have been announced. Time to get booking!
In Conversation With Graham Norton explains itself fairly succinctly in its title – Mark desperately needs someone to talk to and the only person he can find happens to be a framed photo of Graham Norton, balanced on a radio.
Off West End, the agency supporting the work of independent, alternative and fringe theatres in London, has now announced the 89 finalists for 28 of its Offies awards categories. In 2018, Offies assessors were invited to 400 shows across 80 venues across London, resulting in 430 nominations across 28 Offies categories. The Offies panel of assessors and critics have now …
From 8 January 2019, Jay Parsons reprises his performance in Simon Perrott’s new one-man play In Conversation with Graham Norton at London’s Hope Theatre, where it had two tryouts in September. Check out our bumper gallery of intimate images of Jay conversing with Graham – and then get booking!