David Tennant To Star In Don Juan In Soho

UPDATE: This production is selling fast. Book now to avoid disappointment. David Tennant is to return to the West End in the title role in Patrick Marber’s Don Juan in Soho. The play presented by Playful Productions and directed by Patrick Marber will be presented at London’s Wyndham’s Theatre for a strictly limited eleven week season. Don Juan in Soho tickets are now on sale. … Read more

Tom Stoppard’s Travesties Transfers To Apollo Theatre

Book tickets for Travesties by Tom Stopard

The Menier Chocolate Factory and Sonia Friedman productions have announced that Tom Stoppard’s award-winning comedy Travesties will transfer to the Apollo Theatre in February 2017. Travesties tickets are now on sale. Tom Stoppard’s dazzling comedy of art, love and revolution features James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and Lenin as remembered — and misremembered — by Henry Carr, a minor British diplomat in Zurich 1917. When Gwendolen … Read more

REVIEW: The Red Lion, Dorfman Theatre ✭✭✭✭

The Red Lion at the National's Dorfman Theatre

Marber is not writing just about football. The play is fundamentally about notions of masculinity as well as about modern society. The trio represents a kind of football holy trinity – all connected, and representing father, son and spirit. Which of the trio fulfils which role is not always clear, sometimes shifts, and this is perhaps the most interesting aspect of Marber’s play. Calvin Demba is adept at displaying Jordan’s naivety as well as his darker, more complex side. Peter Wight is compelling as the sad, lonely, committed club man, Yates, whose life is entirely centred on the game and The Red Lion.

REVIEW: Closer, Donmar Warehouse ✭✭✭✭

Closer at the Donmar Warehouse

Watching David Leveaux’ stylish revival at the Donmar Warehouse, Closer seems not so much a play about people who don’t have children yet as a play about grown up children. Games, set-ups, lies, betrayals, revenge, secrets – the machinations of the four characters (who are the strangers who become lovers/lovers who become strangers) resemble schoolyard activities. Marber’s dialogue is sharp, ugly and vicious; it is often very funny too.

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