Howard Brenton

Eternal Love (Tour - Blackpool)
By Nikki Wilcock · 12 Mar 2014

Eternal Love will leave a lasting impression on you, says Nikki Wilcock

Eternal Love (tour - Arts Theatre, Cambridge)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 7 Feb 2014

Howard Brenton's new title for his drama about Abelard and Eloise, "Eternal Love", is itself a play upon words. Eternal and love are at the same time human, religious and political-philosophical concepts

Eternal Love comes to Blackpool Grand, 11 March
By Glenn Meads · 6 Feb 2014

English Touring Theatre bring a classic tale to Blackpool in March

Shakespeare's Globe announces 2014 season, marking centenary of WWI
By Terri Paddock · 4 Dec 2013

Next summer's open-air season will include four new plays - by Howard Brenton, Richard Bean, David Eldridge and Simon Armitage - and classics around the "Arms and the Man" theme

Howard Brenton examines creation of Pakistan in new play at Hampstead
By Theo Bosanquet · 25 Sep 2013
Brenton's new play centres on the controversial drawing of the India/Pakistan border in 1947
Dances of Death
By Michael Coveney · 7 Jun 2013
Howard Brenton's new Strindbergian adaptation premieres at the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill
Brief Encounter with... Playwright Howard Brenton
By Theo Bosanquet · 6 Jun 2013
As his new Strindberg adaptation Dances of Death premieres at the Gate, Howard Brenton reveals his admiration for the Swedish dramatist and his desire to get to grips with the current political climate
Christie in Love
By Mark Valencia · 2 Nov 2009
In 1969, with the dust barely settled on the Lord Chamberlain's desk, British theatre was still busy healing itself from the open wound of censorship. It took playmakers a decade or more to ...