Francis Turnly’s beautifully structured, powerful play The Great Wave is made even more poignant and horrific based on that factual history.
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A new exhibition celebrates the early years of the National Theatre at The Old Vic 1963 – 1976 in its bicentenary year.
Stephen Sondheim’s musical Follies is to return to the National Theatre in 2019. Following a critically acclaimed run in 2017-18, Stephen Sondheim and James Golman’s musical Follies is to return to the National Theatre in 2019. Casting and production dates will be announced in the near future. The production recently won two awards at the […]
I loved John, even though it will take me days to unpack everything in it, and even then I may not know exactly what is going on. Unique and extraordinary, have I already seen the play of the year?
To talk about every show I’m looking forward to in 2018 would extend this column beyond your patience, so I thought I would focus on three different aspects-and throw in a few more! THE DIRECTOR. One of my favourite directors is Emma Rice, who got me back into the Globe theatre after feeling that it […]
Full marks to the National for having a jolly good go with this attempt; it may yet be made to work as well as the show clearly intends to. But more work it will need before that happens.
Following a critically acclaimed, sold-out season at the National Theatre, David Eldridge’s anti-romance Beginning will transfer to the Ambassadors Theatre
We are pleased to bring you these great production images by Manuel Harlan from the National Theatre’s production of Pinocchio now in previews at the Lyttelton Theatre. Following his triumphant production of Hary Potter and the Cursed Child, John Tiffany directs this story of Pinocchio and his quest to be truly alive. We follow Pinocchio […]