Victor Sanchez Rodriguez’s Cuzco makes its English debut with translation by William Gregory. It is a passionate play about a couple She (Dilek Rose) and He (Gareth Kieran Jones) who… Read more Cuzco, Theatre503 →
I am a regular theatre attendee and I am interested in all things to do with the stage. Prefer plays, stall seats and like an interval ice cream.
Interested in London/South fringe theatre.
David William Bryan brings a personal touch to these story about a young Liverpudlian who signs up to fight in the second world war as his critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe… Read more In Loyal Company, Vault Festival →
Anima Theatre Company’s Blue Departed is an unashamed look at addiction, death and carrying on. Dante and Beatrice are two addicts. Now Beatrice is dead and Dante is going through… Read more Blue Departed, Vault Festival →
A small disclaimer because I am very foolish I often got lost. On one occasion I was saved by an interesting, kind usher who happens to be the writer of… Read more Inside Voices, The Vault Festival →
In Russian culture, kompromat, short for “compromising material” (Russian: компрометирующий материал, translit. komprometiruyushchy material), is damaging information about a politician, a businessperson, or other public figure, used to create negative publicity,… Read more Kompromat, The Vault Festival →
Theatre Trust has announced its Theatres at Risk list for 2019. The list includes theatres from all over the UK, including iconic theatres like the Winter Gardens in Blackpool Sadly… Read more Theatre Trust reveal the Theatres at Risk in 2019 →
Brian Crawley and Jeanine Tesori (who is also behind the music in Caroline or Change-Tony Kushner’s sixties set tale currently on at The Playhouse) is based on Doris Bett’s The… Read more Violet, Charing Cross Theatre →
In the light of #metoo, post-Weinstein, post-Spacey and post all the other creeps that have been exposed Liv Warden’s debut play Anomaly (produced by Wildchild Productions) looks at what happens… Read more Anomaly, Old Red Lion Theatre →
David Grieg’s play about an uninhabited outer Hebrides island doesn’t know whether it wants to be a political thriller, based on the true story of Gruinard Island which was contaminated… Read more Outlying Islands, King’s Head Theatre →