The Dry House at London’s Marylebone Theatre an excellent piece of drama that attempts to tackle some of the more pervasive issues of the day – in a theatrical, but sobering, way.
‘The writing is sensational’: THE DRY HOUSE – Marylebone Theatre ★★★★★
Eugene O’Hare’s astonishing three-hander, The Dry House, premiering at the new Marylebone Theatre in a well nigh perfect production by the author himself, continues to demonstrate his remarkable ability to pan beautiful gold from ugliness.
REVIEW ROUND-UP: Grenfell: System Failure at the Playground Theatre
Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon takes a closer look at what is being said about the Playground Theatre’s production of Grenfell: System Failure, based on the Grenfell enquiry.
‘Cleverly done & beautifully portrayed’: A SHERLOCK CAROL – Marylebone Theatre ★★★★
What happens when you cross A Christmas Carol with Sherlock Holmes in The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle and add a murder mystery and a love interest (Rosie Armstrong) from the past? It’s A Sherlock Carol at Marylebone Theatre.
‘Really playful & intriguing mystery’: A SHERLOCK CAROL – Marylebone Theatre ★★★★
Written and directed by Mark Shanahan, A Sherlock Carol at London’s Marylebone Theatre is a clever show which nicely combines aspects of Charles Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle effectively.
‘Truly ambitious piece of theatre’: DMITRY – Marylebone Theatre
It takes a fair bit of courage to open a new London venue with a play about the honour of Russia given the current political situation; but that is what we have in Dmitry, currently playing at the Marylebone Theatre.