Snapdragon Productions is delighted to announce that the run of the award-winning 1950’s rock’n’roll musical Teddy at The Vaults, London has been extended by four weeks.
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Ultimately, Abigail comes across as a confused thing, hindered by just too many good ideas in too short a time. Good production helps redeem the play to a degree, but all in all the result is disappointingly vague and dissatisfying.
Following it’s critically acclaimed sell-out world premiere at The Old Red Lion Theatre last year, Arthur Miller’s first ever play No Villain will transfer to Trafalgar Studios 2 in London’s West End playing from 14 June – 9 July 2016. Over six days during spring break 1936 at the University of Michigan, a twenty year […]
The play itself would get four stars from me, but the outstanding production values and overall experience of the evening enable me to add a final star at the top of the tree.
We encounter rural Britain more frequently through soaps – Emmerdale and The Archers – than on the stage. This is a missed opportunity for writers and for this reason alone this new play by Bea Roberts is a welcome and unusual joint-winner of the first Theatre 503 Writing Award. This month it receives a run […]
The world Of Marching On Together is a raw, realistic one. As playwright, Hughes imbues each of his characters with harsh truth, his dialogue has incredible authenticity. It’s a world of mindless violence which all comes to nought.