Constellations is a 75 minute jewel of a play. It is a play about things that happen, might happen and could happen – just like life.
These great rehearsal images have just been released for Lyndsey Turner’s production of Hamlet which stars Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role. This exciting new production of Hamlet starts performances at the Barbican Theatre on 5 August 2015 for an exclusive 12-week run. Set designs are by Es Devlin with costume designs by Katrina Lindsay, […]
The Mentalists is a fun and lively Pinteresque farce from a very talented playwright. Whilst there are a few thematic flaws, an amusing script guarantees an interesting afternoon, brought to life by two actors who are at the top of their game.
It has been announced today that Zoë Wanamaker will join the cast of Harlequinade alongside John Dalgleish when the play is performed by the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company as part of its Plays At The Garrick Season. Wanamaker will take on the role of Dame Maud In Harelquinade. In addition she will perform Terence Rattigan’s […]
Following it’s sell-out season at the Southwark Playhouse in 2014, it has been announced that Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award winning musical will transfer to the Kings Cross Theatre in October 2015 where it will play in rep with the Railway Children. In The Heights is an uplifting and exhilarating journey into Washington Heights, one of […]
Sibling Revelry is nothing revolutionary or groundbreaking and nor does it claim to be. However, if you’re looking for some top class performances from some Broadway veterans then you can’t go wrong with the Callaways – the true sister act.
An open casting call for the upcoming production Motown The Musical attracted almost 200 people who auditioned for the chance to portray iconic legends of the Motown era. Motown The Musical recounts the story of one of the most successful music labels in history. Started with just $800 borrowed from his family, Berry Gordy changed […]
Matilda this show is not – the original and the adaptation are thin fare in comparison with the disturbing and multi-layered creations of Dahl and his later creative adapters. But on its own terms this show achieves exactly what it sets out to do and fully deserves the appreciation of reviewers, whether aged eight or […]