Written by Abi Zakarian and directed by Hannah Hauer-King, Fabric looks at one woman’s experience of sexual assault.
Abi Zakarian’s Fabric at the Soho Theatre is a little play with ferocity, venom and fight. Though the story it tells is horrendous, it also fights back.
The Country Wife is a little long and felt arduous to watch at times but the conversation between the 1920s and modernity and the clever use of humour and staging make it a fun night out at the theatre.
I have history with The Country Wife. As a drama student I learned the role of Harcourt in 24 hours when illness devastated the cast at the Nuffield Theatre Lancaster. The reviewer from the Guardian stayed only till the interval and because I had much more to do in the first half, hailed me as […]
Spirited, effervescent and fun, The Country Wife, offers a night of unbridled entertainment – and not a periwig or frock-coat in sight
Morphic Graffiti has announced casting of the ‘Bright Young Things’ for the company’s new adaptation of William Wycherley’s restoration comedy The Country Wife at the Southwark Playhouse.
Bawdy, brutal, a rollicking good ride of a show with fantastic vocals from all cast members and a script filled with local, relevant references – making a classic piece a very current piece. The Beggar’s Opera is a musical based in 18th century Chester with a varied mixture of genres of music giving edge, energy and substance to it.