David Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 2006 play Rabbit Hole receives its first major London revival care of husband-and-wife-led Front Foot Theatre, running at the Union Theatre from 12 April to 1 May 2022, with a press night on 14 April. Time to get booking!
Have you booked yet to see Front Foot Theatre’s future dystopian take on Shakespeare’s Richard III? The production, directed by Lawrence Carmichael, continues at London’s Cockpit Theatre until 4 November 2017 only. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite review quotes…
Complete with contemporary regional accents, Front Foot Theatre make Richard III fresh, realistic and easy to understand. What they do is transform it into a 21st-century political action thriller about the rise and fall of this merciless royal serial killer.
Front Foot Theatre’s new dystopian take on Shakespeare classic Richard III officially opens tomorrow (18 October 2017) at London’s Cockpit Theatre, where its limited season continues until 4 November 2017 only. Sneak a peek at our gallery of gorgeous new production shots – and then get booking.
We hope every Shakespeare fan has Front Foot Theatre’s upcoming take on Richard III in their diary. If not, take a look at the show’s thrilling new show trailer and get booking! Its limited season runs at London’s Cockpit Theatre from 14 October to 4 November 2017.
Front Foot theatre use the Meisner Technique in all their productions, including their upcoming dystopian take on Shakespeare classic Richard III, running at London’s Cockpit Theatre from 14 October to 4 November 2017. Meet the cast and have a peek into the rehearsals to see how preparations are progressing… Richard III is a timeless and universal story of the rise and fall of …
Critically acclaimed Front Foot Theatre presents its dystopian take on Shakespeare’s most charismatic, tour de force villain, Richard III, in a new production running for a strictly limited season at London’s Cockpit Theatre from 14 October to 4 November 2017.
Playwright David Auburn‘s best-known work, Proof, won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2001, along with a multitude of other awards. It’s been produced on Broadway and in the West End, and made into a Hollywood movie starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Anthony Hopkins. So it’s no surprise that I had pretty high expectations going into Front Foot Theatre’s new production, directed by Sebastien Blanc. But I still wasn’t expecting to be quite so powerfully affected by this emotional rollercoaster of a play, particularly as it deals with two subjects I don’t know much about: mental illness and mathematics.