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Casting has been announced for the stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s classic film Fanny and Alexander at the Old Vic, led by Penelope Wilton. Book Now!
Digital Theatre have announced that special cinema screenings of the recent Old Vic production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible starring Richard Armitage will take place on December 4 and 7. The screenings will take place in the UK and Ireland with international screenings to follow. For more information visit www.thecrucibleonscreen.com
If the rest of Kevin Spacey’s final season at The Old Vic is as remarkable as this Electra, it will be a crowning achievement.
It was announced today that Amanda Drew, Jack Lowden and Diana Quick will join Kristin Scott Thomas in Sophocle’s tragedy Electra which is being staged by The Old Vic in December. Best known for her work in television dramas such as Broadchurch and Silent Witness, Amandra Drew will play Chrysothemis, whilst Lowden, who recently won […]
The Old Vic is back in In-The-Round mode and so there is a greater intimacy with the playing. This proves fatal with this cast; the distance of a proscenium might have assisted Cusack and Egan, but as it is, their every move is closely exposed.
The nine boys are, in an unqualified way, magnificent: the line-up here is better than the Vineyard line-up. Each of the nine can sing, dance and act. They are simply tremendous: with special, remarkable turns from James T Lane (seriously, just get the awards engraved now), Kyle Scatliffe, Clinton Roane and Carl Spencer. When they […]