Two Shakespeare plays are to be performed in the gardens of pubs around London and the south this summer in a partnership between Fuller’s Inns and theatre company Open Bar.
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An agent’s complaint that black, Asian and minority ethic actors were putting “talented white performers out of work” has led to a social media backlash under the banner of #VaVaVoom.
Mood Music is an entertaining satire on the music industry with plenty of laugh-out-loud jokes and intriguing insights
Mark Ludmon sifts through the theatre highlights of Wandsworth Arts Fringe Wandsworth Arts Fringe is back, bringing a packed programme of shows to locations across the south London borough from Battersea and Balham to Putney and Tooting. Running from 4 to 20 May, it features more than 170 events from circus, comedy and spoken work […]
Faced with a bumper 160-page brochure and a packed What’s On section online, we provide our selection of some of the theatre highlights of this year’s Brighton Fringe. Running from May 4 to June 3, this year’s festival features over 4,000 performances across 155 venues, from local theatre companies and touring shows to new writing […]
Instructions For Correct Assembly with its strong cast and striking design boosted by a touch of illusion, is smart and entertaining, confirming Thomas Eccleshare as a writer to watch.
Mark Ludmon reviews Kevin Armento’s Devil With the Blue Dress about the Monica Lewinsky affair at The Bunker Theatre
Despite being in two parts over something like seven hours, Stephen Daldry’s tight direction of The Inheritance means it never drags, drawing you into these people’s lives and caring about their futures.