SHEFFIELD THEATRES WINS PRESTIGIOUS THEATRE AWARDS HAT-TRICK

SHEFFIELD THEATRES WINS PRESTIGIOUS THEATRE AWARDS HAT-TRICK Sheffield Theatres are celebrating having been awarded, for an unprecedented third time,   the prestigious title of Regional Theatre of the Year 2017 at The Stage Awards,.  The award, presented to Chief Executive Dan Bates and Artistic Director Robert Hastie earlier today, was given in recognition of the outstanding […]

DUSTY, THE FIRST AUTHORISED NEW MUSICAL CHARTING THE LIFE OF DUSTY SPRINGFIELD SET FOR UK PREMIERE IN 2018

DUSTYA NEW MUSICAL Book by Jonathan HarveyDirected by Maria Friedman DUSTY, the first authorised new musical charting the life of Dusty Springfield is set to premiere in the UK in 2018. Details of dates, venue and casting are still to be announced. Originating from the notes and memoirs of the late singer’s close friend and […]

LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES AND GREENWICH THEATRE ANNOUNCE THE SHORTLIST FOR THE LET AWARD

LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES www.lesenfantsterribles.co.uk / @LesEnfantsTerr / #LETaward   LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES AND GREENWICH THEATRE ANNOUNCE THE SHORTLIST FOR THE LET AWARD   Today, Les Enfants Terribles in collaboration with Greenwich Theatre have announced the ten nominees for the sixth LET Award. The award is designed to help two new companies produce an original piece […]

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour transfers to London’s West End in May 2017

Sonia Friedman Productions, Scott M. Delman and Tulchin Bartner Productions present The National Theatre of Scotland and Live Theatre production of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour   Adapted by Lee Hall from the novel The Sopranos by Alan Warner   Directed by Vicky Featherstone Music Sourced, Arranged and Supervised by Martin LoweDesigned by Chloe Lamford Choreographed by Imogen Knight […]

Patrick Cash, author of The Clinic and The Chemsex Monologues, returns with a new play about HIV

Dragonflies Theatre and Theatre Bench present: THE HIV MONOLOGUESFebruary 2nd – 19th 2017, Ace Hotel After a critically acclaimed launch at the end of 2016, Dragonflies Theatre’s new production returns in 2017, exploring HIV amongst gay men through a series of interwoven stories. Writer Patrick Cash and director Luke Davies continue their work, including show […]