UPCOMING: You Tweet My Face Space

You Tweet My Face Space

This week Julian paid a visit to the London Theatre Workshop to take a look at You Tweet My Face Space. Once again, LTW hosts another outstanding event: this time, a Pre-Edinburgh Fringe preview of an original new comedy, written and produced by Tom Hartwell and directed by Lilac Yosiphon, starring ten recent graduates of Mountview Academy (BA Acting). The company they invited in, Boots and Cats Productions, is partnered to them and they have worked closely together in creating this preview. Ray Rackham and Skye Crawford’s LTW has just scored an immense hit with its scaled up transfer to the Southwark Playhouse of last summer’s success at Eel Brook Common, ‘Through The Mill‘. Now in the process of transferring itself to new and larger premises atop the New Moon pub at Leadenhall Market in The City, it is continuing to make a name for itself in finding new talent … Read more

REVIEW: Yarico, London Theatre Workshop ✭✭✭

Yarico at the London Theatre Workshop

The tale of Yarico has a potency and universality that makes it almost perfect subject matter for treatment as a musical or opera. What makes the entire experience worth seeing and savouring is the terrific central turn from Liberty Buckland as Yarico. Buckland has a wonderful voice, full of colour and expression, and she knows precisely how to use it to best effect. Alex Spinney has an excellent, assured voice, light and agile, and he certainly has no difficulty playing the attractive leading man.

Welcome to Apartment 40C – Behind The Scenes Video

Apartment 40C - a new musical at London Theatre Workshop

Apartment 40C, is a new musical conceived, written and workshopped at London Theatre Workshop which gets its World Premiere in Fulham from Wednesday 3 to Saturday 20 December. Featuring six actors playing two characters, Apartment 40C explores how relationships are affected by the endless possibility of choice. Told over the course of one evening, the musical examines decades of love, happiness, regret and loss; chances taken and options missed; and how it is sometimes impossible to make any kind of distinction between the past and the present. The musical features Alex Crossley, Alex James Ellison, Peter Gerald, Nova Skipp, Drew Weston, Lizzie Wofford. Apartment 40C is written by joint London Theatre Workshop Artistic Directors Ray Rackham (book and lyrics) and Tom Lees (music). London Theatre Workshop 65 New Kings Road above the Eel Brook Public House London SW6 4SG Box office: 01202 045659 www.londontheatreworkshop.co.uk  

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