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LOOK AHEAD: And Then Come the Nightjars at Theatre503

Theatre 503 have announced that they are to open their autumn season with Bea Roberts’ And Then Come the Nightjars, the theatre's first co-production with Bristol Old Vic, and the first of two productions from the winners of Theatre503’s inaugural Playwriting Award. From west country writer...

REVIEW: Penetrator at the Hope Theatre

For Max and Alan (and their teddies, Kevin and Perry), life is just one long blur of getting stoned, masturbating furiously and playing games of "Come on her Tits" with a set of pornographic playing cards. It’s an arrangement that works, Alan doing the shopping,...

LOOK AHEAD: Parade at the London Theatre Workshop

Director - Jody Tranter Musical Director - Erika Gundesen Choreographer - Adam Scown London Theatre Workshop have announced a revival of Jason Robert Brown's Parade, for a strictly limited two week run this September. A cast of 13 (!) will play multiple roles in the musical, originally staged on...

REVIEW: Grand Hotel at Southwark Playhouse

Berlin, 1928, and the city's most luxurious hotel is open for business. As the bell boys and maids glide silently through the corridors, an eclectic collection of guests emerge from their rooms, each with startlingly different stories that begin somewhere else, only to become inextricably...

NEWS: Images Released of Benedict Cumberbatch in Hamlet

[gallery columns="1" size="medium" link="none" ids="19833,19834,19835,19836,19837,19838,19839,19840,19841,19842,19843"] For tickets and information: hamlet.barbican.org.uk Venue: Barbican Centre Dates: 5th August – 31st October 2015 Images: Johan Personn...

REVIEW: Iris Theatre’s Pinocchio

We all know the story of Pinocchio; it's a tale so culturally engrained that any five-year-old could tell you "it's the one about the puppet boy with a nose that grows when he tells lies," and most would recall that he was made by a...

REVIEW: Secret Island by the Secret Studio Lab

There’s a definite thrill when it comes to signing up for something with a name like “Secret Theatre,” the ambiguity a feast for the imagination as you venture into the unknown. But with attendees all arriving with vastly different visions for their evening, like an...

REVIEW: Clairvoyant at Etcetera Theatre

Cheryl Fernandez Versini is back in the celebrity columns, her face once again adorning the gossip pages, but not, this time, because of a twist in her personal life. Instead, it’s because this year’s XFactor adverts have already started to emerge, a fact that can...

REVIEW: Tommy at the Greenwich Theatre

If you’re familiar with “Pinball Wizard,” then you probably already know the premise behind Tommy, the story of a “deaf, dumb and blind kid,” who discovers an extraordinary talent for playing pinball. Breaching the wall of possibility and earning a cult following in the process,...

LOOK AHEAD: Secret Island from Secret Studio Lab

Secret Studio Lab tonight present the first night of their much-anticipated brand new immersive theatrical production, The Island, in East London. Following an underground three month sold-out production of SE7EN DEADLY SINS, the original “secret” theatre company returns with a new production that looks set...