Lost in Blue, the gripping story of a man in a coma as told by the daughter who helped to put him there, comes to London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre in February. In the first of our two-part interview, we talk to writer and performer Debs Newbold about the piece’s genesis, her relationship with director John Wright and the power of sound.
Writer and performer Debs Newbold brings her acclaimed one-woman show Lost in Blue to London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre next month. Sneak a peek behind the scenes as she blends storytelling, live music and sound technology together. Time to get booking!
After award-winning success at the Edinburgh Fringe and on tour, one-woman show Lost in Blue, written and performed by Debs Newbold, transfers to the Lion & Unicorn Theatre for its first full London season next month, running from 15 to 26 February 2020. Time to get booking!
After two stints at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre, a slew of four-star reviews and an Offies nomination for Best New Play, Proforca Theatre’s premiere of James Lewis’ latest play Lately now heads to Coventry’s Albany Theatre with a stellar new pairing.
God, teenagers. Don’t you just want to shake them sometimes? Scream at them that their lives are a marathon, not a sprint.
Originally devised as an educational piece in the height of the Zoom era of the pandemic, Alfie James’ My Boy Danny will have its live performance debut at the Lion & Unicorn next month.
Lately is the third new play premiered by and specially created for new writing company Proforca Theatre to be performed at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre. Terri Paddock hosts a Q&A.
After opening to a slew of four-star reviews last week, Proforca Theatre has announced extra performances of its acclaimed production of Lately. We’ve rounded up review highlights. Time to get booking!
Proforça Theatre’s Lately doesn’t directly address the pandemic, but the emotions it portrays – loneliness, loss and a longing for escape – are feelings audiences will relate to perhaps even more powerfully given the extraordinary events of the past eighteen months.
After a site-specific lockdown run at the Calder Bookshop, Feathers transfers to the Lion & Unicorn Theatre this month. We caught up with Gutter Street’s writer/director Leo Flanagan about the play and the company’s unique approach to making theatre.
Callum and Alison are instantly drawn to each other when they meet at school. Or it could be university. We never know. We’re in Shithole-on-Sea and our sense of place is, fittingly, all at sea.
Which Cal & Alf will you get? Two different pairings take to the stage this week in James Lewis’ new two-hander Lately at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre. Check out our head-to-head photo galleries!
The premiere of two-hander Lately will be performed by alternating duos at London’s Lion and Unicorn Theatre next month. Casting has now been announced.
After fascinating discussions around Feel and At Last, Terri Paddock is back with Proforca Theatre company to discuss Lately, a third new play by James Lewis as well as exciting future plans for Proforca’s London home at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre.
At the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, the autumn/winter season launches with the Covid-postponed premiere of James Lewis’ Lately. We talked to artistic director David Brady about the play and life after lockdown in Kentish Town.
Proforca Theatre’s ongoing association with writer James Lewis’ continues next month with the Covid-postponed premiere of Lately, running at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre from 7 to 18 September.
What if you were The Endling, the last of the human species? Strange Futures’ new show, exploring possible futures for the world and all that inhabit it, launches this month in London ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), hosted by the UK in Glasgow in November.
Theatre needs more bisexual stories and with further development, Somewhere To Belong at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre could go a long way in improving representation.
The music of Leonard Cohen, and a visit to Broadstairs Folk Festival, inspired journalist Emma Burnell to write – and then direct her debut play. No Cure for Love premieres at London’s Lion & Unicorn Theatre during Camden Fringe.
Beginning on 30 September 2020, The Lion & Unicorn Theatre’s first Covid-secure performances since lockdown will be a mix of brand-new work and some old favourites, as well as productions from the venue’s team of in-house Associate Artists.