Donmar Warehouse artistic director Michael Longhurst will revive his acclaimed Royal Court, West End and Broadway production of Nick Payne’s Constellations which will run at the West End’s Vaudeville Theatre from 18 June to 12 September 2021.
Three monologues from the Old Vic for International Women’s Day cover a range of issues.
Now in its fourth year, Jack Thorne’s A Christmas Carol will return to The Old Vic as an Old Vic: In Camera production (12-24 December 2020).
The National Theatre’s 2016 production of Les Blancs was directed by Yaël Farber and used the full resources of the Olivier stage to transmit its full force.
Lorraine Hansberry’s play Les Blancs is vividly and powerfully brought to life in Yaël Farber‘s atmospheric production.
Life on the lowest rung of the theatrical ladder. There are lots of in-jokes with digs at actors, directors, the rehearsal process, theatrical agents, critics and the site-specific trend.
In Ché Walker’s dynamic, scarlet splashed, viscerally staged production, The Time of Our Lies is nothing if not a battle cry against those who govern the USA and its militaristic and foreign policies.
Always guaranteed to be appearing in something interesting, Gabby Wong takes a moment to tackle 10 pressing questions for me.
The performing arts have featured strongly in the latest Queen’s birthday honours, with Simon Russell Beale, Olivia Colman, Cush Jumbo, Sheila Atim, Alfie Boe and David Pountney all featuring in the list of recipients.
Sheila Atim has ‘aced’ another performance and made her musical mark at the Finborough. Reviews are in for her and the European premiere of writer-director Ché Walker’s Time Is Love / Tiempo es Amor, now running at London’s Finborough Theatre til 26 January 2019. We’ve rounded up the highlights. Time to get booking!
By the last ten minutes, the energy of the language and the characters’ burning need for meaningful relationships in Time is Love has set the place alight.
Welcome back Ché Walker; your verbally dexterous LA story Time Is Love really sings with passion and tragedy.
The European premiere of writer-director Ché Walker’s Time Is Love / Tiempo es Amor officially opens tonight at London’s Finborough Theatre, where it’s running for a strictly limited season to 26 January 2019. Check out our bumper gallery of gorgeous, multimedia-infused production shots – and then get booking!
So many of the recommendations for shows to see next year focus on the West End. And for sure, I’m excited to catch big ticket numbers like All About Eve, Come From Away and Waitress, but I wanted to cast my eye a little further afield.
Olivier Award winner Sheila Atim returns to the Finborough Theatre and reunites with writer-director Ché Walker, who gave her early career breaks as both an actor and a composer. In our featured interview, Sheila discusses how the different aspects of her creativity feed off one another, her two-fold contribution to the European premiere of Walker’s Time Is Love / Tiempo es Amor and why it’s an ideal follow-on from her Emilia at The Globe. Time to get booking!
After relocating to Los Angeles, writer-director Chè Walker returns to London, and the Finborough Theatre, with the European premiere of his latest stage play, Time Is Love / Tiempo es Amor, which also marks a reunion with Olivier Awards winner Sheila Atim. Find out more about his inspirations, city comparisons and Netflix success – and then get booking!
Writer-director Che Walker, Olivier Awards winner Sheila Atim and the company of Time Is Love / Tiempo es Amor paid a special visit to the Finborough Theatre this month ahead of their European premiere run in January. Check out these stunning behind-the-scenes photos – and then get booking!
Fresh from his Netflix success with stage-to-screen hit Been So Long, writer and director Chè Walker returns from Los Angeles to direct the European premiere of his own new play Time Is Love / Tiempo es Amor, which will feature original music by Olivier Awards winner Sheila Atim, who also appears in the production. Time to get booking!
Mark Rylance and Sheila Atim star in Claire van Kampen’s production of Shakespeare’s Othello, running in rep at The Globe until 13 October 2018. Here’s what critics have been saying about it…
Claire van Kampen’s production of Othello is accelerated; rapidity moving past alacrity into a sort of ‘can’t stop to chat or I’ll miss my train’ mode where the players are constantly coming and going,