Leading stage actor Michelle Terry has been announced as the new artistic director for Shakespeare’s Globe from next April. The Olivier Award winner has appeared to great acclaim in numerous Shakespeare productions at the Globe and the National Theatre and most recently starred as the eponymous king in Henry V at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. She will […]
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Overall Candide is highly entertaining and a superb demonstration of the brilliance and beauty of Bernstein’s music.
Yank is an accomplished, tightly paced show with a flawless cast led by Andy Coxon as macho Mitch, with matinee idol good looks
Simon Shepherd has joined the cast of Frinton Summer Theatre’s revival of Peter Quilter’s comedy Glorious! about Florence Foster Jenkins.
Hampton’s translation has a lightness of touch that brings a leisurely flow of laughter making this a pleasant if unexciting 80 minutes of well-made theatre
The cast has been announced for a series of rehearsed readings of seminal plays at the National Theatre exploring LGBT+ culture and history.
Maybe that is because there are no grey areas, making The View From Nowhere’s tone of frustration and anger one that is fully deserved.
Stella Gonet, Pamela Miles, Matilda Ziegler, Flora Montgomery and Ben Stock are among actors lined up for this year’s Frinton Summer Theatre. Known as the UK’s oldest remaining repertory theatre, it is returning for its 78th season, with seven productions running from July 11 to August 27 under producer Clive Brill at The McGrigor Hall in […]