Casting has been announced for the West End transfer of Trevor Nunn’s production of classic musical Fiddler On The Roof which opens at the Playhouse Theatre in March 2019. Direct from a sold-out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Tony and Olivier Award-winning director Trevor Nunn’s acclaimed revival of Fiddler On The Roof comes to The Playhouse Theatre, London for a strictly limited run. The Playhouse Theatre has been specially transformed into an immersive space for this production. Joining Andy Nyman (Tevye) and Judy Kuhn (Golde) to complete the West End company of Trevor Nunn’s critically acclaimed production of Fiddler on the Roof are Nicola Brown (Chava), Harriet Bunton(Hodel), Dermot Canavan (Lazar Wolf), Stewart Clarke (Perchik), Joshua Gannon (Motel), Matthew Hawksley (Fyedka), Louise Gold (Yente), and Molly Osborne (Tzeitel), as well as Miles Barrow, Sofia Bennett, Philip Bertioli, Lottie Casserley, Elena Cervesi, Lia Cohen, Talia Etherington, Shoshana Ezequiel, Isabella Foat, … Read more
Principal casting has been announced for Trevor Nunn’s new production of classic musical Fiddler On The Roof at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The Menier Chocolate Factory has announced principal casting for its revival of classic musical Fiddler On the Roof which is to be directed by Trevor Nunn. For this new poroduction Andy Nyman is to lead the company as Tevye, with Judy Kuhn as Golde. Harriet Bunton (Hodel), Dermot Canavan (Lazar Wolf), Stewart Clarke (Perchik), Matt Corner (Fuedka), Joshua Gannon (Motel), Louise Gold (Yente), Kirsty MacLaren (Chava) and Molly Osborne (Tzeitel). This joyous and heart-breaking story of the travails of Tevye the milkman, his wife and five daughters features such classic songs as “Sunrise, Sunset,” “If I Were a Rich Man” and “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” and remains a heart-warming celebration To Life – L’chaim! Fiddler on the Roof sees Trevor Nunn renew his collaboration with the Menier – he previously … Read more
Love In Idleness Apollo Theatre 18th May 2017 3 Stars Book Tickets Recently, there has been a spate of interest in Terence Rattigan’s masterpiece, ‘The Deep Blue Sea’, with high-profile revivals, a new film, and even a brilliant new play, Mike Poulton’s, ‘Kenny’, based on both the real events that suggested it and also on the meticulously crafted drama that arose from their ashes. So it was probably only a matter of time before someone got around to wheeling out his collection of sketches for the later, much more fully realised and successful play, the work that is known by a peculiar reference to Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ that now finds itself upgrading from the Menier Chocolate Factory in this show relocation to Shaftesbury Avenue. Promoted – in Bob King’s carefully arranged graphic design – as a three-hander between a young man, Michael Brown, a woman in the prime … Read more
Maybe we were all weary at the end of a full day of theatre; maybe, and with ample justification, the cast were flagging after appearances in different roles in the previous two parts of the trilogy, but whatever the explanation Richard III seemed something of an anti-climax rather than a natural culmination of this notable revival of the Barton/Hall Wars of the Roses.