Is Heathers beyond criticism?

I’m quite intrigued by the recent revelations that Heathers is beyond criticism. In recent times, the traditional press night has  become ever more nebulous. I got an email last week saying that there would be no press night for Heathers. It sounded like a...

Here’s Your Definitive Guide to Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018

Here’s Your Definitive Guide to Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018 I reckon Dante or Die & Chris Goode’s User Not Found looks promising, it explores what happens to our digital identities after we die. There is always plenty of wonderful new writing to consume...

So I went along to the launch of The King and I yesterday

Bartlett Sher’s Broadway hit musical The King and I is heading to the London Palladium for a limited 14-week engagement, before a tour that will see the show visit Asia. I went along to the launch. There were goodie bags and bucks fizz and it was frankly amazing. Here...

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Official renaming  celebrations at The Gillian Lynne Theatre

Andrew Lloyd Webber has today announced that the New London Theatre is to be renamed in honour of the trailblazing choreographer Dame Gillian Lynne. The theatre will be formally recognized as the Gillian Lynne Theatre later this year and will be the first West End...

Casting update for Martin McDonagh’s A Very Very Very Dark Matter

Johnetta Eula’Mae Ackles, Elizabeth Berrington and Phil Daniels will join the previously announced Jim Broadbent in the world premiere of Martin McDonagh’s A Very Very Very Dark Matter. The London Theatre Company’s production directed by Matthew Dunster, designed...

Fuel announces more work for 2018

Fuel Director, Kate Mcgrath announces more new work for 2018 Inua Ellams’ Acclaimed hit Barber Shop Chronicles to tour to America and Canada World Premiere production of first-ever stage adaptation of international best-seller Touching The Void by David Greig and Tom...

Casting Announced on The End of Eddy

‘My crime wasn’t doing something. My crime was being something. Being different in a way everyone else could see.’ Stewart Laing directs Alex Austin and Kwaku Mills in The End of Eddy, Pamela Carter’s powerful new work, based on Édouard Louis’s...

Commit No Nuisance -Theatre Podcast by Mark Shenton and Carl Woodward

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