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Year in Review: Ian Foster’s 12 Leading Men of the Year 2016

In Features, Inspiring people, London theatre, Musicals, Native, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Sticky by Ian FosterLeave a Comment

It’s that time of year again when I am publicly shallow in my appreciation of the men that grace our stages – and given the hit counts I get on these annual posts, you’re all just as thirsty as me! (Note from Mates: Visit Ian’s site for many more, and more revealing, pics of each – plus archive lists since 2009!)

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NEWS: Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie returns to stage in Contractions

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As he opens Flowers for Mrs Harris – his final production as Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres, Daniel Evans today announces the cast for the forthcoming regional première of Mike Bartlett’s Contractions. Lisa Blair directs Rose Leslie (Emma) and Sara Stewart (Manager). The production opens on 27 June, with previews from 23 June, and runs until 16 July. ‘Care?  Yes. We …

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Weekly Theatre Podcast: Doctor Faustus, Elegy, Iphigenia Quartet

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This week, the London theatre bloggers discuss Jamie Lloyd’s West End production of Doctor Faustus starring Game of Thrones’ hunk Kit Harington, Nick Payne’s new play Elegy starring Zoe Wanamaker at the Donmar Warehouse, and Iphigenia Quartet at the Gate Theatre.

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Press Pass: All the reviews (and Game Of Thrones pics) from Doctor Faustus opening

In Features, Interviews, London theatre, News, Opinion, Photos, Plays, Quotes, Reviews by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

I shared some of my own thoughts about Jamie Lloyd‘s new production of Doctor Faustus – along with choice quotes (be they care of Christopher Marlowe or Colin Teevan) – last night. This morning’s other coverage following the star-studded opening night is, like the story itself, a mixture of heaven and hell.