New play Anomaly shines a light on three women affected by an abuse scandal – not those that have been abused, but the daughters of the abuser. Director Adam Small told us why he felt this was a challenging but important story to tell.
Following sell-out runs in the Camden Fringe and at the Brewdog in Leicester, Tiny Room returns to London in January with an extended version of Loop. This updating of Peter Mulligan’s play, which runs t the Lion And Unicorn Theatre from 7-20 January 2019, delves into the relationships of the characters that frequent a pub.
Jamaica Kincaid’s A Small Place is being staged for the first time at London’s Gate Theatre. It may be difficult to know what to expect from an acclaimed non-fiction book being brought to the stage, so get a feel for the four-star show with footage of extracts performed by stars Cherelle Skeete & Nicola Alexis
Mark Ravenhill’s The Cut shocked audiences when it premiered in 2006. Twelve years later, it’s being revived at the Lion And Unicorn Theatre. But this new version has made its own changes – recasting two male roles as female and making the audience choose who will be cut. Performer Molly Wheaton tells us more.
Dead Woman Walking Productions, a new theatre company formed by a group of LAMDA graduates, are bringing Mark Ravenhill’s The Cut back to the London stage for the first time since it premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in 2006. The new production runs for three days only at the Lion And Unicorn Theatre.