The world premiere of debut playwright Lisa Carroll’s Cuckoo at Soho Theatre will explore gender identity, belonging and ego.
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n 1983, Adam Walsh went missing from a Hollywood shopping mall and quickly became the most famous missing child in American history. In 2017, a man called Adam Welsh googled himself and found Adam Walsh.
Mark Ludmon examines the year ahead for regional theatre in 2018. Bolton girl Maxine Peake has made her mark on TV and the London stage but she returns to her roots with her second play, Queens of the Coal Age. Based on the true story of four women in Lancashire during the miners’ strike in […]
Following a sell-out run at this years Edinburgh Fringe, Milly Thomas’ award-winning play Dust is to transfer to Soho Theatre from 20 February to 17 March 2018. Directed by Sara Joyce, Dust is a freshing, caustic and comedic treatment of one woman’s depression, suicide and everything that happens afterwards. Milly Thomas was awarded a Stage […]
The Scar Test is a striking piece, with deeply unsettling moments that will remain with the audience for a long time afterwards.
It touches on the brutality of the death penalty at a time when the number of executions is on the rise around the world but it is ultimately a sharply written tale of what motivates an ordinary man who kills for a living.
Annie Siddon’s autobiographical show about chronic loneliness is coming to Soho Theatre from 13 February 2017. The show which has been billed as “funny, brutal and poignant”, chronicles the time in her life when she was a single mum living in Twickenham, the most married place in London, and her gauche attempts to fit in. […]
We asked our reviewers to take a look at 2016 and to nominate some stand out productions for 2016. Danny Coleman-Cooke replied with the following:- Guys and Dolls, Savoy Theatre This revival did great justice to one of theatre’s finest ever musicals – the all-star cast included David Haig, Jamie Parker and Sophie Thompson. Infused […]