My thoughts, live-tweets and ticket links from recent plays I’ve seen: Around the World in 80 Days, The Wasp, Flood (now closed) and Sari: The Whole Five Yards.
The Wasp is a play better plotted than it is written. The storyline kept me gripped and the acting was impressive, but the characterisation was far too broad and likely to fall into lazy stereotypes.
The Wasp in its relatively short lifespan has already become known as a compelling piece of writing. This production, directed by Anna Simpson, highlights the brilliant writing once again.
Have you booked your tickets yet for Anna Simpson’s new production of Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s The Wasp? Check out these rehearsal room pics and video interviews with director and cast, then get booking!
Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s new thriller gets a run this summer at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre, care of Two Shillings and Six Pence. The production, directed by Anna Simpson and starring Lisa Gorgin and Selina Giles, runs from 31 July to 12 August 2017 only, with a press night on 1
New debut play inspired by the Rochdale child sex scandal is powerful, but also a bit slight and too short.
What a first year of blogging for me – but what shows came out on top? Read on and find out!
Latest thriller from the Hampstead Theatre sees a reunion of two female childhood friends turn nasty, oh very nasty
New writing as many of my regular readers will know is my passion which I seek to support and champion at every opportunity. This second consecutive transfer into the Trafalgar Studios from Hampstead was eagerly anticipated by me and as I took to my seat I could already feel it was going to be something rather special.