Verbatim testimony from New York health workers in The Line demonstrates the problems faced are universal.
Covering both contemporary experience and historical background, debbie tucker green’s Ear for Eye at the Royal Court feels like an instant classic. But it’s not an easy watch.
Ear for eye, Debbie Tucker Green’s new play for the Royal Court, is ferocious and uncompromising and challenging and quite often breath-taking.
Welcome return of last year’s American hit boxing drama, which is thrilling if a bit hard to follow.
Nicholas Pinnock (Marcella, Fortitude) will reprise his role as Jay Jackson, the first African-American heavyweight champion of the world, in the Bush Theatre’s revival of its critically acclaimed play, The Royale, running from 3 to 26 November at The Tabernacle in Notting Hill (while the Bush’s home space in Shepherd’s Bush is being redeveloped).
As a way of raising the glamour stakes ahead of this Sunday’s Laurence Olivier Awards, last Saturday’s Times Magazine‘s cover story was a five-star effort. For the piece, three out of four of this year’s Best Actor nominees – James McAvoy, Mark Strong (for The Ruling Class and A View From the Bridge, both of […]