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REVIEW: The Dogs of War at the Old Red Lion Theatre

"Mental health" is one of those bizarre phrases where it's mere mention makes you instantly imagine a vision of it's absence, evoking thoughts of depression, or schizophrenia, or anorexia, just three of the hundreds of disorders that point to a lack of mental health rather...

REVIEW: The Verb ‘To Love’ at the Old Red Lion Theatre

To love [luhv], verb (used with object), loved, loving. 1. to have love or affection for: 2. to have a profoundly tender, passionate affection for (another person). 3. to have a strong liking for; take great pleasure in. 4. to need or require; benefit greatly from. 5. to embrace and...

LOOK AHEAD: World Premiere of The Verb ‘To Love’

Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle Written by Andy Collyer Produced by Katy Lipson Aria Entertainment have announced the world premiere of new musical, The Verb, ‘To Love,’ by Andy Collyer. Building on an already strong reputation for producing exciting new musical theatre, The Verb, ‘To Love’ is an intimate...

LOOK AHEAD: A Christmas Carol at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Using only Charles Dickens' extraordinary words and an ensemble of six actors, Neil Bartlett's A Christmas Carolbis a bold theatrical reimagining of the classic Christmas story. Through this amazing re-working Barlett pulls to the forefront qualities of love, compassion and forgiveness in a totally new...

LOOK AHEAD: The Me Plays at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Introducing young writer/actor Andrew Maddock’s debut full-length production, The Me Plays, previewing tonight and opening tomorrow. According to marketing materials, "Andrew’s two short plays, Junkie and Hi Life I Win display a great originality of voice, flexing between two breathless autobiographies and a kicking performance-poetry rhythm....