Initially, Foul Pages has a surfeit of innuendo, as the actors revel in saucy banter. However, once things settle down, Foul Pages reveals itself to be about the love of acting and what it was like for the boys who played all the female roles.
Got your tickets yet for Troupe Theatre’s revival of JM Barrie’s rarely seen 1917 play Dear Brutus yet? Watch this spellbinding video, including interviews with director Jonathan O’Boyle and stars Miles Richardson and Venice van Someren about creating “Neverland for grownups” – and then get booking!
Matthew Parker has announced the spring season in his fully curated year of shows at The Hope Theatre, an award-winning performance space in North London. The year features a mix of new writing and established work with a 50/50 gender split of writers and containing a world premiere directed by artistic director Parker. 2018 gets […]
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