Not that seating is perfect in many venues, but there are probably fewer things to consider. If you’re like me, however, and spend the vast majority of your time trundling around the Fringe, you’ll likely have begun to compile your own list of gripes.
This is a beautiful fringe revival of Abi Morgan’s masterpiece Tiny Dynamite at London’s Old Red Lion Theatre. A really lovely piece of theatre.
Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.
Shoreditch Town Hall today announces a series of additional events, talks and readings running alongside its double-bill of Philip Ridley plays in its basement spaces. These include rehearsed readings of Ridley’s The Fastest Clock in the Universe (including a Q&A hosted by My Theatre Mates co-founder Terri Paddock) and Ghost from a Perfect Place (with Q&A hosted by regular Mates blogger Aleks Sierz) …
Pairing director Jamie Lloyd with writer Philip Ridley seems almost guaranteed to produce a hit – a vibrant director that appeals to a youthful, diverse audience and a writer who found fame in the 1990s for pioneering vulgar, shocking and unapologetic plays.
Jamie Lloyd tackles Philip Ridley’s 1991 modern classic — with terrifically immersive results.
Today Shoreditch Town Hall announces an immersive double-bill of Philip Ridley plays, including the world première of Killer and a new production of Ridley’s contemporary classic The Pitchfork Disney, his first stage play which premièred in 1991. The productions will both be directed by Jamie Lloyd and run in ‘The Ditch’ basement spaces of Shoreditch Town Hall in spring 2017. …