It opened to the press on the hottest night of the year, but raised temperatures didn’t dampen critics’ enthusiasm for Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing, which brings Holmes home to Marylebone for a limited season. We’ve rounded up selected review highlights below. Time get booking!
We’re counting down to Sherlock Holmes’ return home to Baker Street. Sneak a peek at our gallery of first-look production shots of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing, officially opening at Rudolf Steiner House in Marylebone. Time get booking!
Deerstalker cap? Check. Pipe? Check. The cast of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing have been getting into character as they prepare to bring Holmes home to Baker Street. Check out our character portraits gallery – and then get booking!
How significant does it feel to stage a Sherlock Holmes mystery 200 yards from 221b Baker Street? Very! We caught up with director David Phipps-Davis ahead of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing’s opening in Marylebone. Time to get booking!
Elementary? The cast who will solve the cast of Sherlock Holmes and The Invisible Thing has been revealed! We can’t wait to see this brilliant restaging that will bring London’s most famous detective home to Baker Street next month. Time to get booking, sleuths!
Sherlock Holmes is returning home to Baker Street to solve a new theatrical case this summer… in an unconventional Off-West End venue. Time to get booking, sleuths!
Overall Harper Regan is a strong starting point for a company which is striving to tell more female-led stories.
A complex, surprising and very wordy play, Harper Regan by Simon Stephens certainly fulfils the remit for newly formed theatre company Contentment Productions, whose aim is to champion exciting female leads.
It is the stereotyping of women in theatre that has been one of the biggest motivators for Emmy Happisburgh to create her own company, aptly named Contentment Productions.
West End transfer marketing for Stig of the Dump sorted – the poster strapline will be “I dig Stig!” We definitely dig it. Meanwhile, the return of Clive King’s much-loved children’s literary classic continues at the Tabard Theatre until 6 January only. We’ve rounded up other five-star review highlights below. Time to get booking!
Director Russell Labey can stumble into London’s Tabard Theatre from where he lives. Small wonder he considers it a second home. Here, he recalls why returning, after ten years, with a second go at Clive King’s Stig of the Dump feels so special. Time to get booking!
How does the Tabard Theatre’s staging of Clive King’s much-loved children’s literary classic Stig of the Dump look ten years on? Fresh as a daisy! Check out our gallery of new production photography below -and compare to the show’s 2008 staging here. Time to get booking!
We’ve got a theatrical #ThrowbackThursday for you! Clive King’s much-loved children’s literary classic Stig of the Dump returns tonight (6 December 2018) to London’s Tabard Theatre, where it was first staged a decade ago. Check out our gallery of photos from the 2008 production, which director Russell Labey lovingly recreates this Christmas. Time to get booking!
Ten years after it first ran in Chiswick, the stage adaptation of the late Clive King’s much-loved children’s literary classic Stig of the Dump returns to London’s Tabard Theatre for a strictly limited holiday season. The production, directed by Russell Labey, runs from 6 December 2018 to 6 January 2019, with a press night on 11 December. Time to get booking!
“Must-see”, “perfect”, “hysterics” – audiences and critics have been laughing their way through Sexy Laundry at the Tabard Theatre since the comedy opened at the Chiswick venue in early November. Find out what they’ve been saying, then book tickets to find out for yourself!
Bathrobes, pyjamas and a very specific textbook – what else would you need for a hotel trip to reinvigorate a marriage? Here’s your first glance at what’s going on behind closed doors in Sexy Laundry, the hit comedy currently running at the Tabard Theatre.
After her 2017 success with thriller Tryst, director Phoebe Barran heads back to the Tabard Theatre this autumn to direct a very different show, global hit comedy, Sexy Laundry. Find out why she thinks Michele Riml’s play has been a universal hit.
Chiswick’s Tabard Theatre offers audiences a hilarious glimpse of a very special hotel trip this autumn, when it stages the UK premiere of Michele Riml’s global hit comedy, Sexy Laundry. The tale of a marriage in need of spicing up runs from 31 October to 25 November.
If you had to choose just three Hollywood legends to build a theatre show around, who would you choose? For Sirens of the Silver Screen, Beth Burrows selected Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe. At last week’s post-show discussion hosted by MyTheatreMates’ Terri Paddock at the Tabard Theatre, she explained why she did, how much fun she had researching each and to which she feels most connected.
Following a successful run last November at Highgate’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Beth Burrows’ one-woman cabaret Sirens of the Silver Screen has transferred to west London’s Tabard Theatre, where it continues until 14 July only. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite review highlights below. Time to get booking!