Why revive the play in 2019? How are people separate from their beliefs? What happened to the real Combat18 (and what does its name stand for)?
“White hot”, “astute” and “superbly intense” – critics and theatre fans have had their say on the new production of Peter Hamilton’s darkly comic tale about a far-right group? Take a look at what they’ve been saying, then book your tickets!
One might be forgiven for thinking that Danelaw would be unrelentingly bleak, but in truth the play is a satire and doesn’t avoid the more absurdist elements of storytelling.
What does a far-right enclave or a revived Viking state look like? Take a look at these production images from Danelaw to find out, then book your tickets!
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock returns to the Old Red Theatre for the timely return of Danelaw, a grisly tale of British neo-Nazis, inspired by real events. Got any questions for writer Peter Hamilton and the company?
Go undercover at a “whites-only homeland”… sort of. The cast and creatives of the new adaptation of Danelaw have taken to social media to give you a peek behind the scenes at what they’ve been creating, including a snippet of a scene! Take a look at our favourite tweets and insta posts, then book your tickets!
A new, updated version of Peter Hamilton’s 2005 drama about attempts to set-up a white-supremacist state in East Anglia, Danelaw, comes to London’s Old Red Lion Theatre this autumn. Book your tickets now!
I Am Of Ireland packs a lot into its two-hour running time, mixing humour with a solid focus what makes history so important – not dates or even ‘big events’, but how the lives of everyday people are affected.
A timely topic, but ultimately a confused piece of theatre that gives you brain ache as well as back ache – would possibly benefit from a rethink in format.
From the moment I Am Of Ireland begins and a rousing chorus of ‘Ireland’s Call’ sounds out in the Old Red Lion Theatre, you know you’re in for a treat, a performance to stir the emotions.
Have you seen MONTAGU, the “wizard of the weird and wonderful” (Chiswick W4) Greg Freeman’s latest “bonkers, off-the-wall” take on the world? If not, you only have a little more than a week left to catch the play’s premiere production in its strictly limited season to 17 June 2017 at London’s Tabard Theatre. Here are photos and show trailer to tempt …