Mark Ludmon continues his look at theatrical highlights outside of London in 2019. Birmingham Hippodrome is collaborating with Curve in Leicester on a new production of the musical, The Color Purple, based on the book by Alice Walker. It tells the turbulent life story of an African-American woman in America’s South, with a score by […]
Mark Ludmon continues his look at theatrical highlights outside of London in 2019.
From hard-hitting dramas and reinvented classics to toe-tapping musicals, you will find an incredible variety of theatre in 2019 without stepping foot within the M25. From Plymouth to Glasgow, we have selected a few highlights from what has already been announced
Paul T Davies looks the four Arthur Miller plays which are being staged around London in 2019 There is so much theatre I’m looking forward to this year, regionally, in London and on the Fringe. It’s always difficult to pick out the potential hits of the year, but two well established names will dominate much […]
Paul Taylor-Mills is delighted to announce MT Fest UK, a two-week festival of new musical theatre at The Other Palace from Monday 11 to Saturday 23 February 2019. MT Fest UK will present new work by both emerging and established writers, as well as programming talks and concerts from some of the most celebrated performers, […]
New production photography has been released for the West End production of Caroline Or Change starring Sharon D Clarke which is currently previewing at the Playhouse Theatre London. Louisiana, 1963. Revolution is in the air, though not so much for Caroline, the poorly paid maid toiling endlessly in the sweltering basement of the Gellman household. […]
Hope Aria announce their 2019 season including a new version of Stephen Schwartz’s Rags, the first UK revival of Mame starring Tracie Bennett and a new festival musical at the Hope Mill Theatre Manchester. Katy Lipson of Aria Entertainment and Joseph Houston and William Whelton of the Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester have announced the three […]
Mark Ludmon and Paul T Davies highlight some of the theatre that has them excited this December. The Tragedy of King Richard the Second, Almeida Theatre Joe Hill-Gibbins has earned a reputation as an inventive, visually creative director, most notably for re-imaginings of classics with a contemporary context. After bringing a new perspective to A […]