Review: The Slaves of Solitude (Hampstead Theatre)
Fenella Woolgar stars in this adaptation of Patrick Hamilton's classic novel
Cast announced for Hampstead Theatre's Slaves of Solitude
By Alex Wood
The adaptation of Patrick Hamilton's novel makes its debut next month
5 minutes with: Fenella Woolgar - 'Thatcher was fascinating to play'
By Emily Cole
The actress chats about prepping to play notorious politician Thatcher and the new 'bonkers' production of Welcome Home, Captain Fox!
Sting and Eddie Izzard among guests at Kevin Spacey's farewell gala
By Ben Hewis
The event was held in honour of Spacey's 11 years of service at the Old Vic
Moira Buffini: 'I set out to be fair to Margaret Thatcher'
Moira Buffini discusses Handbagged's long journey to the West End, and why she's writing about nuclear power for the National Theatre
Moira Buffini's Handbagged transfers to Vaudeville Theatre in April
The Tricycle Theatre's WhatsOnStage award-nominated production will open in the West End on 10 April, running until 2 August
20 Questions with... Handbagged's Fenella Woolgar
By Editorial Staff
Fenella Woolgar plays the young Margaret Thatcher in Moira Buffini's play Handbagged, which opens at the Tricycle Theatre this week. Woolgar, whose stage credits include Motortown and Circle Mirror Transformation, recently won the Clarence Derwent Award for her role in Hedda Gabler at the Old Vic last year.