Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy are to star in Philip Ridley’s Vincent River at London’s Park Theatre.
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Sophie Adnitt reviews Philip Ridley’s Angry at Southwark Playhouse “Startling, unsettling, but deeply fascinating, Angry is a worthy addition to the world of Ridley.”
We asked our review team to nominate their 2017 theatre highlights. Sophie Adnitt nominated her favourites.
This is about as perfect a production of Philip Ridley’s scary monodrama – a kind of ‘The Events’, except with loads more jokes, and much less singing – as anyone is going to see in a while.
Fresh from its critically acclaimed 2015 Edinburgh Festival season, Metal Rabbit, in association with the Bunker Theatre will present Philip Ridley’s Tonight With Dony Stixx. Donny has committed an act that shocked everyone. Tabloids called him The Most Hated Boy Alive. But, despite this, Donny doesn’t want forgiveness. All Donny wants is his own television […]
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.
Ridley creates a world of conditioning, fear, faith, sacrifice, freedom, jubilation, strength, weakness, love and hate. It’s all there.
Phil Matthews meets celebrated playwright Philip Ridley. His new play Feathers in the Snow premieres at Southwark Playhouse this month. Walking into the Southwalk Playhouse during the day is an odd experience. Gone are the atmospheric lights and energy that form part of the theatre’s famous character. This feels more like being in a nightclub […]