Paul T Davies reviews Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch in John Logan’s play Red at the Wyndham’s Theatre.
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Theatre in 2018 – Star names, revivals, transfers and new writing lie ahead for what promises to be another exciting year for London theatre.
Disney’s stage adaptation of Frozen had its world premiere on September 14 at the Denver Centre for the Performing Arts’ Buell Theatre. We hope that you enjoy Deen van Meer’s wonderful production photos. Frozen stars Cassie Levy (Else), Patti Murin (Anna), Jelani Alladin (Kristoff), John Riddle (Hans), Robert Creighton (Weselton), Kevin Del Aguila (Oaken), Timothy […]
The Michael Grandage Company and Emily Dobbs will co-produce the UK premiere of Richard Greenberg’s The Dazzle at Found111, at the old site of Central St Martins School of Arts on Charing Cross Road. “My brother makes an epic of a molecule — what would he do with the world?” New York City. The beginning […]
It is important to be clear about Kidman’s failures because the character she plays, Rosalind Franklin, at least in the version of history which Ziegler endorses in her script, is a towering figure in the unlocking of the DNA double helix, a woman betrayed, belittled and beaten by a pack of self-serving, sanctimonious and utterly […]
The Michael Grandage Company have released this picture pf Nicole Kidman as Rosalind Franklin in the upcoming play Photograph 51 by Anna Ziegler. Photograph 51 runs at the Noel Coward Theatre from 5 September – 21 November 2015. Joining Nicole in Photograph 51 are Will Attenborough (James Watson), Edward Bennett (Francis Crick), Stephen Campbell Moore […]
Nicole Kidman will return to the West End stage with the Michael Grandage Company in September 2015. Kidman will play the role of Rosalind Franklin in Photograph 51, a new play by Anna Ziegler. The production is the play’s UK premiere and reunites Grandage and Kidman following their recent collaboration on the feature film Genius. […]
it reflects the standards, achievements and sense of the entire season: A great play, a real star at the heart of the production, a set design redolent of the Donmar Grandage seasons and some spectacularly awful casting.