The Crucible: a chilling reminder of the frailty of reason in the face of hysteria

CHARLIE CONDOU AND VICTORIA YEATES LEAD CAST IN ARTHUR MILLER’S CLASSIC – THE CRUCIBLE The blistering classic, The Crucible, brings you seventeenth century Salem, where truth holds no currency, fear is used as a political tool and where intruding threats are invented to explain current woes. Arthur Miller’s terrifying witch-hunt classic couldn’t be more pertinent […]

Casting announced today for Guards at the Taj by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph

Guards at the Taj   Written by Rajiv JosephDirected by Jamie LloydDesigned by Soutra Gilmour Bush Theatre7 April – 20 MayPress Night 12 April Casting is announced today for the European premiere of Guards at the Taj, written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph and directed by Jamie Lloyd. Danny Ashok (Disgraced, Bush Theatre; Capital, […]

Lizzie Review

Greenwich Theatre 22 February – 12 March.  Reviewed by Claire Roderick The UK premiere of Lizzie brings one of the bloodiest pieces of American folklore to the stage with blistering energy and a high-octane rock score. The trial and acquittal of Lizzie Borden for the 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother has led […]

Narvik Review

York Theatre Royal – 23 February 2017.  Reviewed by Marcus Richardson Narvik is a new play with songs, set in World War Two the the play focuses on a Liverpudlian man and his love for a Norwegian Girl and how their relationship is affected by the war The performance was set in a black box […]

Cast announced for Chinglish at Park Theatre – March

Cast announced for Chinglish by David Henry Hwang Park200, Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP Wednesday 22nd March – Saturday 22nd April 2017  Gyuri Sarossy (The Rover RSC, Two Noble Kinsmen RSC, The Absence of War Headlong) and Candy Ma (Project New Earth, Chinese Arts Centre and Yellow Earth Theatre) have been […]

A stage adaptation of Tarsem Singh’s The Fall comes to Portobello Market

EmpathEyes presents: THE FALLMarch 17th – March 19th 2017, Acklam Village Market The Fall is a breathtaking one hour visual spectacle which blends theatre with original animations, live music and projection to unfold a story about one man’s struggle with depression and his unusual path to hope. This play is a new adaptation by EmpathEyes, […]