Laura Carmichael will join the cast of Apologia alongside Emmy and Tony award-winner Stockard Channing when it opens at Trafalgar Studios in July 2017. Carmichael, best known for portraying Lady Edith Crawley in the internationally acclaimed series Downton Abbey and was last seen on stage in Jamie Lloyd’s adaptation of Genet’s The Maids. Laura will […]
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Producers have announced that Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who, Sense8, Torchwood), Desmond Barrit (RSC and National Theatre, Sir Peter Hall’s Henry IV Pts 1 and 2) and Joseph Millson (The Last Kingdom, Love Never Dies) will join Stockard Channing in Jamie Lloyd’s production of Apologia. Agyeman takes on the role of Claire, the actress girlfriend of Kristin’s […]
Paul T Davies reviews Kiss Me at Trafalgar Studios “this small, yet powerful play, is well worth catching.” Book Now!
Broadway and Hollywood star Stockard Channing is to return to the London stage this Summer to star in Apologia by Alexi Kaye Campbell directed by Jamie Lloyd. Apologia will run from 29 July to 18 November 2017. Apologia will be presented at Trafalgar Studios and will mark Channing’s first West End appearance in over a […]
Enda Walsh’s explosive play Disco Pigs is to be revived at Trafalgar Studios in London to mark the 20th anniversary of its British debut. It will star Evanna Lynch, best known for playing Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films, and Colin Campbell, who was most recently seen in Dublin By Lamplight at Dublin’s Corn […]
A combination of bad casting and lacklustre directing from Simon Callow leads to an ultimately disappointing evening; the greatest act of philanthropy would be to scrap it and start again.
If the play sounds intense and grim, it’s strength is in its blackest of black humour, making interesting points about how we all think in “media speak”
It Is Easy To Be Dead, a play by Neil McPherson, based on the letters, poetry and brief life of Charles Hamilton Sorley transfers to Trafalgar Studios 2 after a critically acclaimed sell-out run at the Finborough Theatre opening on Armistice Day – Friday 11 November 2016. When twenty-year-old Charles Sorley is killed in action […]