Paul T Davies reviews Lyndsey Turner’s production of Brian Friel’s play Aristocrats at the Donmar Warehouse.
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Paul T. Davies has been a fan of playwright Tom Wells since seeing his breakthrough play Jumpers For Goalposts, (which is also being performed at the Fringe by Kite in the Storm at The Space on the Mile), and here Tom chats about his and Matthew Robins’ new musical, Drip, performing as part of this […]
Following my first feature on the superb range of LGBTQ work on show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, many companies got in touch to flag up their shows, It felt somewhat remiss to not cover more, and I’m tempted by many of them, so here’s a follow up! Willy Hudson is creating a very promising […]
Paul T Davies reviews David Wood’s adaptation of Dick King-Smith’s Babe The Sheep Pig which is now playing at the Mercury Theatre Colchester.
Paul T Davies reviews Laura Wade’s play Home, I’m Darling now playing at the National Theatre.
While London’s Gays The Word bookshop is more in the public eye, (it featured heavily in the film Pride), less is known about Lavender Menace, the bookshop that began in the cloakroom of Scotland’s first gay nightclub and became the beating heart of Edinburgh’s LGBT community. Now celebrated as a play, Love Song to Lavender […]
Paul T Davies reviews Patrick Marber’s production of Ionesco’s Exit The King now playing at the National Theatre.
Paul T Davies reviews Simon Reade’s adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s book Private Peaceful presented at the Frinton Summer Theatre.