What the tiny Ipswich company Red Rose Chain, has achieved with Twelfth Night in the time of social-distancing is oddly brilliant, you’re unlikely to find a more uplifting show in this strange, frustrating summer.
A comic triumph that welcomes everyone to Messina, with some fun musical choices amongst the Shakespeare – the performances from the cast of six are vibrant and full of energy.
New writing venue Theatre N16 must find another new home by December as its Balham pub landlords redevelop the property.
Have you heard about Sarah Milton’s new play Lucy Light? The world premiere production continues at Theatre N16 in Balham, south London, until 7 October 2017 only. A selection of some of our favourite review quotes is gathered below – as well as social media buzz around the show and full gallery of production shots.
A self-described modern rep company, Merely Theatre is addressing Shakespeare’s gender problem with 50/50 casting. Five male/female pairs each learn a set of characters in two plays, then on the night it’s decided who will perform.
Broadway breaks all previous records for a single week, and I choose the half dozen shows I am most looking forward to this spring in New York.
BROADWAY VICTORIANA DOESN’T QUITE GET THERE It was David Lynch’s 1980 film – monochrome, moody, with an unforgettable performance by John Hurt – which brought to modern awareness the story of Joseph, known as John, Merrick: a monstrously deformed young … Continue reading →