While the reign of Charles II ushered in a libertine ambience in 17th century Britain, the two people who exemplify the spirit of the age were women – and ‘known’ to the king himself.
Lionel Bart and Alun Owen’s musical Maggie May first opened in London 55 years ago, when it made its debut at the Adelphi Theatre in September 1964 – despite its success it hasn’t been seen since.
Why is intimacy so hard? In the bedroom, when can drugs be a help and when a hindrance? How much should we reveal to a new partner? What new demons do today’s young gay men carry with them into relationships? After the fun we had last month with My Dad’s Gap Year at the Park Theatre, […]
The revival of James Saunders’ relationship drama Bodies at Southwark Playhouse has garnered a host of four and five star reviews. As it heads towards its final week, take a look at these fantastic production images, then book your tickets!
It was a great big family affair for my post-show Q&A at Call Me Vicky at the Pleasance Theatre this past weekend. The new one-act comedy-drama marks the playwriting debut for sisters Stacey and Nicola Bland, who also perform in the cast, and their mum, dad and nan were in proud attendance.
“Impeccably performed”, “exhilarating” and “riveting” – Two’s Company’s revival of James Saunders’ Bodies at Southwark Playhouse has been wowing audiences and collecting acclaim since it opened earlier this month. Check out our round-up of the best reviews around, then book your tickets for the show running until 9 March 2019!
This is a marvellous production of Equus at Theatre Royal Stratford East, a play that could easily come across dated. Ned Bennett once again excels at peeling back the layers of deeply troubled characters.
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Tuesday 30 April 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock makes her Drayton Arms Theatre debut with Exploding Whale’s brilliant new coming-of-age play HEROES. Got any questions?
It’s no easy feat performing a one-man show. But jam-packed into one hour, The First Modern Man tells the tale of French Renaissance philosopher and essayist Michel de Montaigne. Set in de Montaigne’s library, this is a ‘break the fourth wall,’ kind of play.
What can you expect from a trip to see Tom Hartwell’s acclaimed Before 30 when it returns to the London stage next month? Well, if these production shots are anything to go by, a fetching pink helmet and a delightful turquoise tracksuit top at the very least! Take a look then book your tickets!