Two rarely seen short plays by Steven Berkoff are professionally performed together for the first time in this much-anticipated West End premiere. LUNCH and, written 20 years later, its sequel THE BOW OF ULYSSES are both set at the seaside where a couple first passionately collide and, decades later, sit reflecting on their wasted life […]
As part of her post-show Q&A series, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will talk to actor-turned-director Nigel Harman along with Emily Bruni and Shaun Dooley, the stars of his just-opened, Mates-acclaimed Steven Berkoff double bill, Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses at Trafalgar Studios after the evening performance this coming Monday 17 October 2016. Got any questions? Book tickets to join her via the links below.
A New York artistic commune in the early 1940s – occupied by British exiles Benjamin Britten, WH Auden, American novelist Carson McCullers (The Heart is a Lonely Hunter) and stripper Gypsy Rose Lee amongst many other artists – is the setting for Zoe Lewis‘ new play Britten in Brooklyn, which has just premiered at London’s Wilton’s Music Hall.
Shaun Dooley and Emily Bruni are to star in a major West End season of Steven Berkoff one-act plays, Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses, directed by Nigel Harman at Trafalgar Studios in October.
Nigel Harman is to head a first class creative team when he directs a major West End season of Steven Berkoff one-act plays, Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses at Trafalgar Studios for five weeks from Thursday 6 October to Saturday 5 November 2016.