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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Miss Julie is a powerhouse production and Tom Littler’s direction ensures every word and silence aches with feeling; it should not be missed.
The Park Theatre has announced that Calvin Demba, Sam Fremchum and Sinéad Matthews will lead the cast of the 50th-anniversary production of Joe Orton’s Loot when it opens at the Park Theatre on 17 August 2017. Winning the 1967 Evening Standard Award for Best Play Of the Year in 1967, Loot delighted and shocked audiences […]
Maybe James Shirley isn’t one of the greatest playwrights ever to animate the stages of this country, but he’s far from the worst, and this is probably his best effort. It’s coming back to us at a time of national doubt comparable, in some ways, with the era of its origin.
If you like simple – very simple – soap-operas about nice middle-class people, who drink lots of prosecco and talk at inordinate length and to no great purpose about their very ordinary relationships, then this is the play for you! If not, give it a miss.
Once again, Southwark Playhouse’s in-house Christmas offering takes us into new territory for the festive season, providing another alternative to the usual panto tropes.
The rarely performed Tennessee Williams’ play A Lovely Sunday for Creve Couer is to open the Autumn Season at The Print Room at The Coronet. One of the greatest American playwrights of the last century and best known for plays including A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, and The Glass Menagerie, […]
Vassa Zheleznova is an ambitious production and the Southwark Playhouse must be commended for taking a real risk on a lesser known text. However, the end result doesn’t quite hit the mark; Brookside meets Gorky is an enjoyable formula but not a winning one.