Mark Reed reviews Stephen Laughton’s play One Jewish Boy which is now playing at the Old Red Lion Theatre.
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One-woman romantic comedy In Search Of Applause starring Maroussia Vladi comes to the Old Red Lion Theatre in February 2019.
Stephen Laughton’s new play One Jewish Boy, a bittersweet comedy fuelled by anti-Semitism comes to the Old Red Lion Theatre this December.
An immersive horror story that takes place over nearly three weeks is part of the terrifying theatrical experiences planned for this year’s London Horror Festival.
Producers have announced casting for the world premiere of Proud Haddock’s production of Tony Cox’s play Mrs Orwell at the Old Red Lion Theatre. Mrs Orwell will run from 1 – 26 August 2017. University College Hospital, London, 1949. George Orwell is in the last chapter of his life with a severe case of Tuberculosis. […]
Sea Fret captures the human story behind this disintegration of homes and ways of life. While the narrative lacks clarity and drive at some points, the play confirms Brown as a writer to watch.
Wonderfully melodic, strongly rhythmic and engagingly structured, the musical numbers in this score are its greatest glory.
If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You, a new one-act play developed out of The Minaturist’s 10th Birthday last November, will be presented at The Old Red Lion Theatre in September . The debut play of John O’Donovan, If We Got Some More Cocaine looks at gay love […]