There’s a lot to process in The Whale, sometimes too much, but make no mistake – this is masterful modern drama.
‘Regrets & recriminations superbly captured’: THE OPEN HOUSE – The Print Room at the Coronet ★★★★
The Open House comes to The Print Room, Notting Hill, from a successful premiere at Theatre Royal Bath’s Ustinov Studio and it is an engrossing character study of family life, post-The American Dream.
DINNER – Southwark Playhouse
I only booked for Dessert at the Southwark Playhouse because of the extraordinary Alexandra Gilbreath, one of our finest – and somewhat unheralded – actors.
NEWS: Trevor Nunn and Oliver Cotton host Dessert at Southwark Playhouse
Following on from his success with Daytona at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, Oliver Cotton, has written a new play for our time, Dessert, at Southwark Playhouse from 12 July 2017 – 5 August 2017.
Arthur Miller centenary: TWO View(s) from the Bridge and a Salesman transfer
In case you didn’t know it, 2015 marks the centenary of Arthur Miller‘s birth, and what a ripe old time it is for this giant of 20th-century American drama here in Britain. After last year’s incendiary in-the-round production of The Crucible, starring Richard Armitage at the Old Vic, Ivo van Hove‘s award-laden A View From […]