Martin McDonagh’s Olivier Award-winning play Hangmen will transfer to Broadway under the auspices of the Atlantic Theatre Company.
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Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre has appointed a new associate director to help develop new work and direct productions. Gareth Nicholls, who has directed acclaimed shows at Citizens Theatre and The Tron Theatre in Glasgow, will work alongside artistic director Orla O’Loughlin and fellow associate director Zinnie Harris. His duties will include working on the dramaturgy of […]
West End stars are among cast announced for the world premiere of the musical of hit film Nativity! at Birmingham Rep and on tour. Daniel Boys will play Paul Maddens, a primary school teacher trying to put on a nativity show against the odds, while Simon Lipkin will play over-enthusiastic classroom assistant Mr Poppy. Sarah […]
The Treatment feels rather tame but, in this revival, it remains a mesmerising, entertaining dark comedy that conjures up the confusing perplexities of modern life.
Hopefully, we will get to enjoy Claybourne Elder’s fine, mellifluous vocals again in London, either in a return of his solo show or on a West End stage.
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.
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 […]