While The Lady from the Sea dates back to 1888 and has been relocated to the 1950s, Ellida’s turmoil has a very modern feel as she struggles to find an identity for herself as an individual outside of her relationship to the men in her life.
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It is a very welcome return for this mesmerising spectacle full of delight for grown-ups and children.
What Shadows is a seriously meaty play, full of challenging ideas, brought to life through a strong cast and Roxana Silbert’s well-paced direction.
At times very funny, Beginning also has moments of heart-breaking intensity but without becoming sentimental. It is a masterful two-hander that will especially resonate with anyone who finds themselves single as they face middle age.
All or Nothing – The Mod Musical, based on the story of legendary 1960s rock band Small Faces, is to play a limited West End season after its third sell-out tour
The cast has been announced for The Cherry Orchard at Nottingham Playhouse – the last production for outgoing artistic director Giles Croft.
Leading director and playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah has been announced as the new artistic director of London’s Young Vic theatre.
The UK’s most welcoming theatres have been announced in an award voted on by the public.