Mark Ludmon reviews Mart Crowley’s play For Reasons That Remain Unclear now playing at the King’s Head Theatre. For Reasons That Remain Unclear King’s Head Theatre Three stars Book Now All is not as it initially seems in Mart Crowley’s play For Reasons That Remain Unclear which is having its European premiere at the King’s Head. A handsome, stylish young man, Patrick, brings an attractive … Read more
Delorean, a new play by Jon Ivay tells the incredible true story of the man behind the iconic car from the Back To The Future films will play at the Assembly Ballroom as part of this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. DeLorean tells the back story of the car made famous by the films, when one man’s dream of an ethical sports car turned into one of … Read more
Peter Quilter’s new dark comedy Saving Jason opens at the Park Theatre this week. The play will run from 2 November to 3 December 2016. This new play from the two-time Olivier Award-nominated writer of the West End/Broadway hits Over The Rainbow and Glorious! will be directed by Steven Dexter. Saving Jason is set in a 1996 suburban household, where Trevor and Linda continue to … Read more
Whistleblower is often a flawed production, but gives an educational and exciting look at the life of one of the 21st century’s most controversial figures. The biggest compliment I can give it is that it had me thinking, debating and researching for hours afterwards; and isn’t that what theatre is all about?