It’s the end of the universe – so of course Doctor Who – Time Fracture is utterly chaotic. It is also rather good fun.
Full casting has been announced for Immersive Everywhere’s The Great Gatsby, created and directed by Alexander Wright, which is set to re-open at West End venue Immersive Ldn on 1 October 2020, with a press night on 22 October.
The set is a marvel, with the castle in the background, it is a wonder to behold, the staging is in effect quite simple, but the use of lighting and special effects enhances the scenery and offers the perfect atmosphere for every nuance of the story.
“I play Sebastian, one of the shipwrecked Italians on the island. He’s not exactly a pleasant man when you first meet him and it isn’t long before he begins to take advantage of the situation in order to advance his own interests.”
James Lawrence was a particularly notable performer when I enjoyed the pleasure of watching and reviewing Othello at Stafford Castle. It was fantastic to speak to him about his career to date and what it’s been like to star in this amazing piece of theatre.
Jealousy, corruption, love and murder, all in one play, and all acted out in front of the sensational backdrop of Stafford Castle. It’s that time of year again, Stafford Festival is presenting its Shakespeare offering, outdoors and this year’s choice of Othello proved to be an inspired decision.