Denis O’Hare is to make his National Theatre debut playing the title role in John Donnelly’s new adaptation of Moliere’s comic masterpiece Tartuffe.
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Julian Eaves reviews Holy Shit, a new play by Alexis Zegerman now playing at the Kiln Theatre (Formerly the Tricycle Theatre)
Whilst Quiz doesn’t quite reach the giddy brilliance of Labour of Love, this is a hugely entertaining evening in the theatre, full of comedy and thought, and confirms James Graham as a major playwright of our time.
The acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production of Quiz is to become the latest play by James Graham to transfer to London.
Committee is without a doubt one of the most exciting new musicals you’re going to see this year.
The Full Monty is a masterclass of British writing and its energy and sensitivity transfers smoothly to the stage. It’s raucous and crude but also a lot of fun – if it’s touring in your area then it’s well worth a visit.
There are many extraordinary moments from Keenan. Highlights include his improvisation of horse-racing victories; the powerful sequence which opens the second Act when Edward is openly defying his captors and refusing to eat; the absurd, but incredibly touching, “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” scene, where he and David Haig’s Michael pretend they are flying over Europe, […]
Ball is an exceptional, utterly convincing Mack. He completely gets under the skin of the character, finding precisely the right level to pitch every moment of anger, driven determination, and offhand callousness. The passion for making comedy films that can see people of any race and creed laugh in any place on the planet is […]