David Grindley

Kafka's Dick 'finds Bennett at the top of his wickedly funny game'
Strong reviews for Alan Bennett's 1986 play Kafka's Dick as part of Bath's Summer Season.
Kafka's Dick (Bath Theatre Royal)
By John Campbell
Kafka's Dick proves a highly entertaining evening at Bath Theatre Royal
Pygmalion (Tour - Theatre Royal, Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell
David Grindley's tight adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion is a staid, but gently amusing affair.
Star Casting Announced for Bath Theatre Royal's Summer Season
By Kris Hallett
A number of star names have been announced to play in Bath Theatre Royal's Summer Season.
A Steady Rain (Ustinov Studio, Bath)
By Kris Hallett
A Steady Rain has a gripping narrative but feels best suited to a different medium.
Riotta and Doherty start in A Steady Rain at the Ustinov
By Kris Hallett
Riotta and Doherty start in A Steady Rain at the Ustinov
Pygmalion (Tour - Theatre Royal, Bath)
By Kris Hallett
Pygmalion visits Bath in a constantly funny production that loses steam late on
Bath Theatre Royal Spring 2014 Season Round-Up
By Editorial Staff
The spring season of shows in the Bath Theatre Royal, the Ustinov Studio and the Egg has now been announced
Guest Blog: Richard Greenberg on becoming autodidactic and plays with plots not points
American playwright Richard Greenberg's award-winning plays include Three Days of Rain and Take Me Out. As his 1990 play The American Plan receives its London premiere at the St James Theatre, he recalls how he taught himself to write plays with plots and people who act like people
Oliver Cotton's new play premieres at the Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, starring Maureen Lipman, Harry Shearer and John Bowe