The team behind the sell-out success The Fastest Clock In The Universe return to the Old Red Lion Theatre to present The Dogs Of War – a dark comedy by Tim Foley. The play is a volatile look at a group of people battling with the fear of change, isolation and separation. The Herming family […]
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The world Of Marching On Together is a raw, realistic one. As playwright, Hughes imbues each of his characters with harsh truth, his dialogue has incredible authenticity. It’s a world of mindless violence which all comes to nought.
Britishtheatre.com is pleased to announce that the Kickstarter campaign for Marching On Together, a new play by upcoming playwright Adam Hughes has been successfully funded. The play received £6394 from 113 backers exceeding the £6000 target that had originally been its aim. Marching on Together will receive its world premiere at the Old Red Lion Theatre, […]
A two-hander play from Royal Court Studio Writers’ Group alumni Ella Carmen Greenhill delves into the disillusionment of today’s youth, echoing the frustration of a generation that feels it has been let down by the government and asking what they can do to make their voices heard. Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle, assistant director on The […]
This Christmas, The Old Red Lion Theatre will present a new take on Dickens’ Christmas classic in a new adaptation by Neil Bartlett. Using Charles Dickens’ original words in the bold theatrical reimagining of the much-loved Christmas story, the ensemble play all the roles – singing, creating sound effects and new stage configurations through their […]
Here at Britishtheatre.com we are ardent supporters of new writers and we’re proud to support playwright Adam Hughes and his new play Marching On Together which has its premiere in February 2015. To help raise funds for the production a Kickstarter campaign has been launched. “It’s Leeds, it’s the height of the football season in […]
Tom O’Brien’s production is a rare opportunity to see one of Ridley’s greatest works performed to such a high standard. Not for the faint of heart, and not to be missed.