What does theatre mean to you? How do actors marry up the dual emotional demands of their chosen profession? How many ‘characters’ or versions of ourselves to the rest of us play in our own lives?
The multi-Moliere Award-winning writer Alexis Michalik has been hailed as the golden boy of French theatre. He’s now making major inroads into the UK, his mother’s homeland, with back-to-back premieres of Edmond and Intra Muros.
Why is London’s Park Theatre so excited about premiering the English-language translation of French playwright Alexis Michalik’s Intra Muros? Watch our video interviews with artistic director Jez Bond – who yesterday announced his new season, including no fewer than seven more premieres – as well as director Ché Walker and Michalik himself. Time to get booking!
“I can’t recommend this show enough!” Joining Edmond in the UK, award-winning French playwright AlexisMichalik’s Intra Muros has just premiered at London’s Park Theatre, where it runs until 4 May 2019. What have Mark Shenton and other reviewers been saying?
Hot on the heels of the star-studded UK premiere of Edmond, Intra Muros, the latest from multi Moliere Award-winning French playwright Alexis Michalik, is received its UK premiere at London’s Park Theatre with a cast including Olivier Award nominee Summer Strallen. Scroll through our photo galleries – and then get booking!
Summer Strallen chatted to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about swapping musicals for her latest role in the UK premiere of multi-award-winning French writer Alexis Michalik’s play Intra Muros at the Park Theatre.
This show is funny beyond belief and a real joy to watch. If it’s a feel-good show you want, then Young Frankenstein is the one for you.
If you want thoroughly entertaining, which requires no thought, just the ability to laugh, then this is the show for you. Young Frankenstein is a monstrously fun night out.
A decade after the mega-budget follow-up to The Producers flopped on Broadway, Mel Brooks is back with a scaled down Young Frankenstein, this time on London’s West End. The sets may be smaller, but the laughs are just as big.
It might be too early for pantomime, but it’s never too soon to see Mel Brooks’ ingenious updating of Young Frankenstein delivered as a spoof both of the horror movie genre and of the theatricality of stage musicals.