SITCOMS MADE US, BUT CAN WE MAKE THEM? It’s a very good idea, bang on the money: David Cantor and Michael Kingsbury (TV sitcom writers with a pedigree) set their play in a bland provincial hotel where five … Continue reading →
‘Lots of touching moments & excellent comedic timing’: JUMPING THE SHARK – Touring
Have you ever fancied creating your own comedy? Jumping the Shark explores just that, while unearthing the trauma, mix ups and relationships of five eager writers. The new comedy by David Cantor and Michael Kingsbury begins in a bland conference room in a hotel on the outskirts of Farnham.
‘Delightfully funny & sharp’: MAGGIE & TED – Garrick Theatre ★★★★
The charmingly funny play Maggie and Ted goes behind the feud between Margaret Thatcher and Edward Heath – but can feel slightly rushed in places.
‘Lockyer’s adaptation brings this incredible play to a new audience’: TAKE OFF YOUR CORNFLAKES – White Bear Theatre ★★★★★
The first of two press night for the White Bear’s latest production Take Off Your Cornflakes saw Mark Lockyer leave the stage to rapturous applause. After performing to sell-out audiences across Ireland in 2019, the play is currently making its UK premiere.
NEWS: Writer & actor Mark Lockyer brings the UK premiere of Take Off Your Cornflakes to the White Bear Theatre
Having played to sell-out audiences across Ireland in 2019 Rose Henderson and Pat Nolan’s critically-acclaimed play Take Off Your Cornflakes receives its UK premiere at London’s White Bear Theatre from 2-12 June 2021, adapted by and starring Mark Lockyer.
FEATURED SHOW: The Sword of Alex at the White Bear, ★★★★★ reviews & new vox pops are in!
Where do the political and the personal meet… and, indeed, mirror one another? How dangerous is the rising tide of nationalism? Rib Davis’ latest stage play The Sword of Alex has got people talking! We’ve rounded up our favourite review highlights – plus top tweets and a brand-new trailer – below. Time to get booking!
PHOTOS: Crossing swords in rehearsals with The Sword of Alex cast
We’re counting down to the world premiere of Fringe First award winner Rib Davis’ latest stage politically-infused play, The Sword of Alex, which premieres at London’s White Bear Theatre this month. Sneak a peak of the cast in sword-crossing action in rehearsals – and then get booking!
‘History teaches us that nationalism is the first in a series of stepping stones’: Rib Davis on the inspiration for his new play The Sword of Alex
How dangerous is the rising tide of nationalism in countries around the world? His concerns inspired Rib Davis to write his latest stage play, The Sword of Alex, premiering this month at London’s White Bear Theatre. In our interview, he tells us more about his research and the lesson history teaches. Time to get booking!
PHOTOS: First look at new Horne A’Plenty radio tribute at White Bear Theatre
Have you booked your tickets yet for Horne A’Plenty, the brand-new stage show based on the 1960s radio classic Round the Horne? Sneak a peek at our first-look production photos and get booking.
EXCLUSIVE: Round the Horne… Revisited team reunite for brand-new stage comedy
The original team behind 2004 West End hit Round the Horne … Revisited are reuniting for two weeks only this month at London’s White Bear Theatre to try out a brand-new stage show based on the 1960s radio classic.
THE DIVIDED LAING – Arcola Theatre
New RD Laing drama is an imaginatively and enjoyably surreal tribute to a great 20th-century thinker and radical.