Emma Rice dips into her usual bag of theatrical tricks for a highly expressive take on Wuthering Heights but possibly to diminishing returns.
‘I absolutely loved bringing this story to life’: Witney White loves recording audio play Rime of the Second Sister
Love London Love Culture chats to Witney White about Rime of the Second Sister, the last instalment of 45North’s Written on the Waves series.
NEWS: Full cast is announced for Wise Children’s production of Wuthering Heights
Wise Children has announced the full cast and further tour dates for the world première production of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights. Adapted and directed by Emma Rice, the show is a co-production with the National Theatre, Bristol Old Vic and York Theatre Royal.
NEWS: Beverley Knight, John Dagleish & Carly Bawden are cast in Suffragette musical Sylvia at The Old Vic
The cast of SYLVIA at The Old Vic, which has its world premiere at The Old Vic on 11 September 2018 (previews from 3 September) will include Delroy Atkinson, Carly Bawden, Verity Blyth, John Dagleish, Jade Hackett, Todd Holdsworth, Izuka Hoyle, Beverley Knight, Genesis Lynea, Jaye Marshall, Tachia Newall, Maria Omakinwa, Karl Queensborough, Ross Sands, Witney White and Elliotte Williams-N’Dure.
NEWS: Casting is announced for The Old Vic & Bristol Old Vic’s A Monster Calls
Full casting has been announced for The Old Vic and Bristol Old Vic’s world premiere of A Monster Calls. Patrick Ness’ piercing novel is being brought to both venues in The Old Vic’s 200th year in a powerful new adaptation by director Sally Cookson.
NEWS: Cast announced for Room page-to-stage premiere at Stratford East
Theatre Royal Stratford East and Abbey Theatre Dublin have announced the full cast for the world premiere stage adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s bestselling novel Room, which runs at Theatre Royal Stratford East from 2 May to 3 June 2017, with a press night on 10 May.
DUSTY – Charing Cross Theatre
With the turmoil of three months ‘in previews’ and gossipy leakage over cast changes and backstage bickering which might warrant a musical in itself, Dusty has become London’s Off-West End equivalent of Spider-Man. But not even industrial-strength bungees could save this turkey from an early Christmas.