Mark Ludmon reviews The Tragedy of King Richard the Second at the Almeida Theatre starring Simon Russell Beale
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The Almeida Theatre has announced new plays including a work inspired by Donald Trump as well as productions of classics starring Simon Russell Beale and Patsy Ferran.
Paul T Davies reviews Ben Power’s adaptation of Stefano Massini’s The Lehman Trilogy now playing at the National Theatre.
The cast has been announced for a series of rehearsed readings of seminal plays at the National Theatre exploring LGBT+ culture and history.
Following a sell-out season at the Hampstead Theatre, Richard Eyre’s production of Mr Foote’s Other Leg will transfer to the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 28th October 2015 for a strictly limited season. In Georgian London, no one is more famous than Samuel Foote. Satirist, impressionist and dangerous comedian, he has become a celebrity in a […]
The Hampstead season has all but sold out, if not actually sold out. Make every effort to grab a return. The production really ought to transfer to the West End and run and run, preferably at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. To see this rich plum pudding of a play in the theatre which is closest […]
Anna Kendrick makes a marvellous Cinderella, a precise balance between fairytale character and real human. Her scenes with Blunt are wonderful and, for me anyway, Steps of the Palace is the highlight of the film. Chris Pine is terrific and happily sends himself up mercilessly, and to great comic effect, in Agony. Meryl Streep is, […]
There has not, since 2007, been a National Theatre production of a Shakespearean play anything like as engaging, thrilling and involving as the Sam Mendes helmed revival of King Lear now playing in the Olivier Theatre.