We hope you enjoy these great production images of Angels In America Part One – Millennium Approaches, which is now playing at the National Theatre. The cast of the National Theatre’s 2017 revival of Tony Kushner’s landmark work Angels in America includes Stuart Angell, Mark Arnold, Arun Blair-Mangat, Susan Brown, Laura Caldow, Andrew Garfield, Denise […]
Mark Gatiss and other actors and comedians are lined up to take part in a charity gala presentation of a show about coming out. They will take the stage at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End for Outings, a powerful, funny and confessional collation of over 20 true-life tales. It will play one night […]
Play Something is a slick, funny, emotional rollercoaster of a ride with some pretty cool tunes to match – and you can’t ask for much more than that in life.
There is little drama, and no dramatic stakes are raised, and for that reason it may struggle to be remembered in the lexicon of gay drama. However, that is also the strength of the play, its beautiful performances and its self reflection.
Following its acclaimed premiere at the Mercury Theatre in 2016, Stage Write will be taking the show to the Edinburgh Fringe this summer! “Side One, track two. That song is about me.” Two men meet in a club. It’s supposed to just be casual sex. But their paths keep crossing, keeping it casual for years, […]
There’s lots of gentle humour, gentle pathos, gentle social critique, and a gently uplifting ‘message’ to go away with at the end.
This incredible re-telling of La Boheme still speaks to audiences of all ages. I can safely say that I have never seen an audience react to a tour the way that they did with Rent.
Following five UK tours Miss Nightingale the original British musical by Matthew Bugg will return to London for an extended run of eight weeks at The Vaults nearly six years after the show was originally seen in the capital. (Special ticket offer below). Miss Nightingale is a completely new British musical which has garnered success […]