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Tom Hiddleston in Hamlet

FIRST LOOK: Tom Hiddleston as Hamlet for RADA directed by Kenneth Branagh

We are pleased to bring you Johan Persson’s great first look production images of a very special production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet currently being performed at RADA by the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company starring Tom Hiddleston as the Prince of Denmark and directed by Kenneth Branagh himself. This special production is being staged as a […]

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Theatre Royal Bath presents Alan Bennett's The Lady In The Van

FIRST LOOK: Sara Kestelman in The Lady In The Van at Theatre Royal Bath

We hope you enjoy Nobby Clark’s great production photos from the Theatre Royal Bath’s new production of Alan Bennett’s The Lady In The Van directed by Jonathan Church. In 1974, Miss Mary Shepherd, a homeless woman, temporarily moved her clapped out Bedford van into Alan Bennett’s front garden at Gloucester Crescent, Camden. She remained parked […]

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Prism Hampstead Theatre

FIRST LOOK: Robert Lindsay in Prism at Hampstead Theatre

  Hampstead Theatre presents the world premiere of Terry Johnson’s delightfully witty and poignant new play Prism, based on the extraordinary life of double Oscar-winning cinematic master Jack Cardiff (An African Queen, The Red Shoes, Black Narcissus). We are pleased to bring you these great first look rehearsal photos. Robert Lindsay returns to Hampstead Theatre […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar returns to Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

FIRST LOOK: Jesus Christ Superstar Returns To Regent’s Park By Popular Demand

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar returns to Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre by popular demand following a sell out season last year. Jesus Christ Superstar features Tyrone Huntley (who won the Evening Standard Emerging Talent Award for his performance as Judas), Declan Bennett as Jesus, David Thaxton as Pilate and Peter […]

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Rare Triumphs of Love and Fortune

Globe brings to life plays before Shakespeare

  On a winter’s day in London in 1582, the court of Elizabeth I celebrated Christmas and New Year with a play packed full of bickering gods, magic spells and romantic intrigue. No records remain of further performances of The Rare Triumphs of Love and Fortune for another 435 years until it was revived in […]

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