Happy Days

19 openings in February that should be on your radar
We take a look at some of the theatre highlights of the month
Nicholas de Jongh: 'It was an accident that I turned to playwriting'
By Editorial Staff
Nicholas de Jongh, who switched from criticism to playwriting following the success of Plague over England in 2008, premieres his new play The Unquiet Grave of Garcia Lorca at the Drayton Arms Theatre
Michael Coveney: Power play at the Proms, festival fever in Edinburgh and Enniskillen, disaster in Eastbourne
Looking at the BBC Proms, and further afield to the various festivals on offer in August
Happy Days (Theatre Royal, Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell
Happy Days - not!
Brief Encounter with... Happy Days Producer Amy Anzel
Producer Amy Anzel fought to get the show Happy Days on tour using crowdfunding. Here she talks about the appeal of the 1950s, her love of audience reactions to the production and possible West End plans.
Juliet Stevenson reprises Happy Days role at Young Vic in 2015
By Editorial Staff
Natalie Abrahami's production will return in February
Happy Days crowd funds its way to Lowry on nostalgia
By Helen Jones
Helen Jones attends a press launch for Happy Days and finds out more about how this new musical got off the ground and what it promises before it comes to the Lowry in June,
Happy Days (Tour - Bristol Hippodrome)
By David Jobson
Happy Days on tour, currently in Bristol, is an endearing trip down memory lane, enjoyable for fans of the TV series, but ultimately middle-of-the-road entertainment at best
Review Round-up: Juliet Stevenson's up to her neck in Happy Days
By Editorial Staff
Beckett's Happy Days, which famously features a character who spends her time immersed in a mound of earth, has been revived at the Young Vic starring Juliet Stevenson
Happy Days (Young Vic Theatre)
Natalie Abrahami's production of Samuel Beckett's Happy Days opened at the Young Vic last night (30 January 2014)