In collaboration with theatres across the UK, #scenechange – a community for stage designers taking action for theatre – has launched #MissingLiveTheatre, wrapping theatre buildings in a positive message of hope and visibility to the industry.
‘Theatre is everywhere. It is regional. It is rural. It is poor. Now it is in your front room, it can be from anywhere.’
In a mere 90 minutes On Bear Ridge creates a theatrical metaphor of unforgettable power and impact.
Currently artistic director and CEO of Sherman Theatre, Rachel O’Riordan will succeed Sean Holmes as the new AD and joint chief executive at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith.
I like to spend time unpacking a play and in particular the writing a little more. So here is my not-review of Brad Birch’s new play Tremor at the Sherman Theatre.
The Almeida Theatre was named London Theatre of the Year at The Stage Awards 2018, the second time the venue has won in the category.
Owen fields three characters: Paul, smarmy son of an industrialist, has invented a game, Killology, in which players torture their victims. Sounds gross enough, but Paul has given it an extra dimension: you score more points depending on how creative you are in your torturing.
New Welsh monologue focuses on the sacrifices demanded from its young female heroine, but what are its politics?