The show is worth seeing for the cutting-edge visuals alone but, while it stylishly captures much of the theme and substance of the novel, it is lacking in emotional engagement – something that could also be said about Auster’s New York Trilogy.
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Kramer and the cast of Romeo and Juliet deserve praise for taking a well-trod story and giving it a fresh, interesting and exciting new slant.
The organisers of Edinburgh Festival Fringe have announced plans for an international day celebrating the fringe movement. More than 200 fringe festivals from across the world will join together on World Fringe Day on Tuesday July 11. It marks the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s first fringe, which takes place in […]
Enda Walsh’s explosive play Disco Pigs is to be revived at Trafalgar Studios in London to mark the 20th anniversary of its British debut. It will star Evanna Lynch, best known for playing Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films, and Colin Campbell, who was most recently seen in Dublin By Lamplight at Dublin’s Corn […]
While Nuclear War is at times confusing and disorienting, it is riveting throughout its 45 minutes, leaving you with words, sounds and sights that will continue to haunt.
New short plays by Tom Wells and other writers will be staged by Paines Plough in Hull to tie in with it being the UK’s City of Culture for 2017.
Hattie Morahan, Paul Hilton and Kate O’Flynn are to lead the cast in Alice Birch’s new play, Anatomy of a Suicide, at the Royal Court.
Alex Bourne will be Daddy Warbucks with Holly Dale Spencer as Grace Farrell alongside Miranda Hart as part of further casting announced for the new West End production of Annie. The pair, who have both appeared in the UK tour of the musical, will be joined in the show at Piccadilly Theatre by Jonny Fines as Rooster and Djalenga Scott as Lily. Today’s casting news […]