This was originally posted in The Stage’s Soapbox, anonymously, in July 2016. As a financially struggling lover of theatre, I
This article originally appeared on London Theatre Direct https://www.londontheatredirect.com/post/812/Matinee-Idle-A-Lazy-Afternoon-At-The-Theatre.aspx I recently went to see King Lear at Theatre Royal Brighton. I
This was originally posted on 9 May 2016 on London Theatre Direct https://www.londontheatredirect.com/post/806/The-Allure-Of-The-Silver-Screen-On-Stage.aspx With the news that An American
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/18/national-theatre-director-takes-revenge-on-theatre-critics-as-pl/ Interesting movement by National Theatre, who are no longer providing comps to critics’ guests. It is a fair move,
In my day job I work for an exam board and coordinate practical drama exams (my life is surrounded by
A friend recently sent me this speech by journalist Diep Tran at the recent American Theatre Critics Association conference, focusing
My ideal format for a play is 7:30pm start, an interval at about 8:30pm or 8:45pm then a 9:30pm finish.
I’ve struggled with the productions at the National Theatre over the last 18 months or so, I don’t simply blame
I’ll be blunt. I enjoy the prospect of nudity, male or female I am equal opportunities, a bit too much.