Four productions by leading theatre company Paines Plough are to transfer to London’s Orange Tree Theatre after touring. Black Mountain by Brad Birch, Out Of Love by Elinor Cook and How To Be A Kid by Sarah McDonald-Hughes will transfer to the theatre in Richmond in a co-production with Plaines Plough, Orange Tree Theatre and Theatr Clwyd. They will run from January 22 to March 3, … Read more
Paines Plough is to take the hugely acclaimed show Every Brilliant Thing by Duncan Macmillan on a new tour across the UK as well as to Ireland and France. Beginning at Quarry Theatre in Bedford on May 2, it will visit over 25 venues, performed by James Rowland who won plaudits during the 2017 tour of the play in Australia and New Zealand. On May … Read more
Donahoe’s skill and effortless charisma has been inspirational. The play has shown, brightly and clearly, how no one is immune from the possibility of depression or thoughts of suicide and that everyone should be on the lookout – because everyone can help. There is just as much to laugh and smile about as there is to think deeply about.
Paines Plough Artistic Directors James Grieve and George Perrin, and Pentabus Theatre Company Artistic Director Elizabeth Freestone have announced that, following a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe and a UK tour, their production of Duncan Macmillan’s Every Brilliant Thing will transfer to Barrow Street Theatre in New York for a limited sixteen week run. A young boy attempts to ease his mother’s depression … Read more