Theatre photography is one of the most important ways to promote a new production and simultaneously one of the elements audiences – and probably most creatives – actively think least about.
Following on from the instant success of National Theatre At Home streaming event, it’s got me thinking about all the other wonderful NT Live screenings that I’d love to come to the small screen as part of this series. I have narrowed it down to my top 10.
This is phenomenal. And pretty wild. Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s An Octoroon is the most intelligent and most theatre-savvy play on today’s London stage: it is a satire on staging race, an account of black identity, a criticism of plantation life, a celebration of genre fun and a tribute to a forgotten work from the Victorian era.
Due to popular demand, The Old Vic is pleased to announce that Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead will extend by one week until Sat 6 May.
Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in this revival of Tom Stoppard’s play at the Old Vic Theatre. But what have critics been saying about it?
This Old Vic 50th anniversary hoo-ray revival knows that Tom Stoppard offers more than just bouncy a turn of phrase and logical fireworks.
Tense, byzantine and thoroughly hilarious, the EUTC’s production of Tom Stoppard’s breakthrough play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, at Edinburgh’s Bedlam to Saturday, is a properly entertaining affair.
Here is Love London Love Culture’s guide to five of the best shows opening in the capital in March 2017 that you might want to see… Click on links to BUY tickets in the Mates Ticket Shop.
As it’s the first of the month, we’re taking a brief moment to remind ourselves of the biggest news stories from the month just closed. What were the headlines that got readers clicking most? Any surprises? Our Top 10 News stories from October 2016 are listed below with summaries and links to read more.
The 50th anniversary production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard will open on 7 March 2017, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire.
Feminist reading of Ophelia is brilliantly written, but its staging is over-elaborate and its message is questionable.
The Old Vic today announces Artistic Director Matthew Warchus‘ second season, continuing a wide-ranging programme that includes world premieres, new writing, musicals, classic revivals and The Old Vic Variety Nights. There will also be a new strand of children’s programming to engage the next generation of theatregoers, demonstrating Matthew’s ‘something for everyone’ approach. Season 2 marks Glenda Jackson’s return to …