Donald Margulies’ The Model Apartment is a typical choice for the Ustinov, a work whose meaning and its overall effect will continue to burrow under the surface of its audience members for weeks to come.
In David Storey’s The March of Russia, Up in Arms find a source of such acutely observed family, domestic pain and political pertinence as to set the heart racing afresh.
David Storey’s family celebration drama of 1989 is typically natural, subtle and poignant, but also retro
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I’m not one to blow my trumpet too much, honestly, but it was nice to discover that my blog has been named one of Feedspot’s Top 50 Drama Blogs and Websites.
The Treatment has often been ignored, perhaps on account of its large cast, or because of its large scale. Now that the Almeida Theatre has decided to stage this story of how art cannibalises life we have the chance to judge its relevance some 25 years after its premiere.
The Almeida Theatre today announced the full cast of The Treatment, Martin Crimp’s new play, which runs from 24 April 2017 to 10 June 2017, with a press night on 24 April.
Stef Smith’s debut Royal Court Theatre play, directed by Hamish Pirie opened at the Royal Court last night. Have a read of what some of the critics have been saying about it. Human Animals continues at the Royal Court Upstairs until 18 June 2016.
Natalie Dew – following her #AlsoRecognised Award and Olivier nomination for Bend It Like Beckham, in which she made her musical debut – Ian Gelder, Stella Gonet, Lisa McGrillis, Sargon Yelda and Ashley Zhangazha have been cast in Stef Smith’s new play Human Animals, which runs from 18 May 2016 to 18 June 2016 in the Royal Court’s Jerwood Theatre Upstairs.
I’ve not seen the 1998 movie Gods and Monsters, or much of James Whale’s black-and-white Frankenstein franchise – and you don’t need to have either to be entirely gripped by the plot and the outcome of this terrific piece of new writing. Whale is a famous Brit expat director eking out his final days in Los Angeles. […]
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