Kings Of War

He is finally alone in the bunker of power. The princes have been dispatched to the Tower where, soon, death will embrace them. Now...

I Am Thomas

‘Who the fuck is Thomas Aikenhead?’ These are lyrics from early in the show and for the rest of the night the actors and the...

The First Hamlet

With the start of the Shakespeare anniversary celebrations there are opportunities to shine a searchlight on the familiar as much as to explore the...

A Kingdom For A Stage

It is often said that the secret to delivering a good speech or lecture is to stick to one topic but explore all its...

Bug

Found111 is exactly that – a ‘found space’ at 111 Charing Cross Road next to the old Foyles and in the building that used...

I Capuleti E I Montecchi

Bitter disappointment! The opera contained no ball at the Capulets’, no Mercutio, no garrulous nurse, no grave and tranquil hermit, no balcony scene….a squandered...

Unheard Of – An evening of new musical theatre writing –...

What’s wrong with musicals can usually be traced to something in the first ten minutes. Mark Steyn in Broadway Babies Say Goodnight What are the key...

Gatsby

…among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars… F Scott Fitzgerald In the world of Jay Gatsby, nouveau riche, living in the big house on...

A Flea In Her Ear

Don’t you love farce? My fault I fear… I am not sure whose fault it really is, but indeed we do not love farce as...

In The Bar Of A Tokyo Hotel

Linda Marlowe, incomprehensibly, is one of the most untrumpteted actors of her generation. She holds her own against anyone - Dames Dench, Atkins and...

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Saturday, Sunday, Monday

This new production of Saturday, Sunday, Monday puts a venerable war-horse through a striking new set of paces reflecting great credit on ensemble values...

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