Mark Ludmon reviews the sparkling new production of Shaw’s lesser-known play Misalliance at the Orange Tree Theatre
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The UK’s most welcoming theatres have been announced in an award voted on by the public.
The Orange Tree Theatre have announced that Dame Maggie Smith will join Giles Brandreth in the second Under The Orange Tree talk.
Out of Love is an emotional rollercoaster, at times very funny, sometimes devastatingly moving. Intelligently written and flawlessly staged
Four productions by leading theatre company Paines Plough are to transfer to London’s Orange Tree Theatre after touring. Black Mountain by Brad Birch, Out Of Love by Elinor Cook and How To Be A Kid by Sarah McDonald-Hughes will transfer to the theatre in Richmond in a co-production with Plaines Plough, Orange Tree Theatre and Theatr […]
As An Octoroon demonstrates to great effect, he is interested in exploring the theatrical experience, entertaining us with its madcap energy while tackling uncomfortable and challenging issues.
The cast has been announced for the European premiere of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Obie Award-winning play, An Octoroon, at the Orange Tree Theatre in London. The line-up comprises Cassie Clare, Emmanuella Cole, Celeste Dodwell, Iola Evans, Ken Nwosu, Vivian Oparah, Alistair Toovey, and Kevin Trainor. They are joined by cellist James Douglas. Ned Bennett returns to […]
It was announced today that Helen Baxendale will return to the stage after a break of five years to appear in Deborah Bruce’s play The Distance at the Orange Tree Theatre. Good friends should be there for one another – no matter what. But when Bea returns home after three years abroad having made a […]