Paul T Davies looks the four Arthur Miller plays which are being staged around London in 2019 There is so much theatre I’m looking forward to this year, regionally, in London and on the Fringe. It’s always difficult to pick out the potential hits of the year, but two well established names will dominate much […]
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Paul T Davies reviews Wise Children, and adaptation of Angela Carter’s novel presented by Emma Rice’s new company at the Old Vic Theatre.
Julian Eaves reviews Annie-B Parson’s Big Dance Theater performing 17c at the Old Vic Theatre.
The Old Vic and Headlong Theatre have announced that Sally Field and Bill Pullman will star in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons in Spring 2019
Julian Eaves take a look at Zoo Nation’s Sylvia which has been showcased as a work in progress at the Old Vic Theatre. Sylvia Old Vic Theatre, 19th September 2018 This extraordinary, astonishing, ambitious and beautiful new musical breaks new ground in virtually all departments in this initial showing of a work-in-progress version at Matthew […]
The Old Vic Theatre has announced an Arthur Miller double bill and a new play by Lucy Prebble in 2019 plus further casting for its production of A Christmas Carol.
Sophie Adnitt reviews Sally Cookson’s production of A Monster Calls which is now playingt at the Old Vic.
Sherlock’s Andrew Scott is to star in Paines Plough’s production of Sea Wall by Simon Stephens as part of the Old Vic’s Bicentenary season.