While it would probably go down well at, say the Edinburgh Fringe, The Actor’s Nightmare’s maverick style and piecemeal production, not to mention a reliance on a clued-up audience, makes it a bit rough and ready for the London mainstream stage.
‘Unforgettable experience’: THINK OF ENGLAND – Vault Festival #Vault2018 ★★★★★
Think of England at The Vaults is an unforgettable experience that transports you back to war-torn London with ease, crafted and performed to perfection – the show of the festival so far.
‘Beautifully written’: THINK OF ENGLAND – Vault Festival #Vault2018
Think of England at The Vaults is impressive work from Anonymous is a Woman and a highlight of the festival so far for me.
I LOVED LUCY – Jermyn Street Theatre
Written by Lee Tannen, this is his story of his friendship with Lucille Ball and principally the last ten years of her life. Lucille (Lucy) Ball is arguably the most famous female American comedian that has ever been. She was in over one hundred films and then went on to be a household name whilst hosting her own “sit-com”.