Indhu Rubasingham

Tricycle announces further productions for 2015
By Editorial Staff

Highlights include the world premiere of John Hollingworth's Multitudes, about immigration in Bradford

The House That Will Not Stand (Tricycle Theatre)
By Jimmy Kelly

Indhu Rubasingham brings Gardley's new innovative play to the stage

The House That Will Not Stand extends at Tricycle
By Rebecca Donn

The cast of Lionboy is also revealed, along with a visit from Secret Theatre

Tricycle reverses ban on Jewish Film Festival

The UKJFF will go ahead later this month with "no restrictions" on funding

Michael Coveney at Edinburgh: English domination, Scottish parades and anti-Israeli protests

Our chief critic reflects on some major talking points of the festival so far

Tricycle announces casting for True West and The House That Will Not Stand
By Editorial Staff

The productions run from September to November at the Kilburn venue

Shepard's True West features in new Tricycle season

Artistic director Indhu Rubasingham has announced her autumn/winter season

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

Samantha Bond joins Rufus Hound and Robert Lindsay in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
By Sophie Thomson

The screen-to-stage production opens at the Savoy Theatre in March

Mixed bag for Kathy Burke's Once a Catholic
By Editorial Staff

Once A Catholic, directed by Kathy Burke, opened at the Tricycle Theatre last week. Starring Molly Logan, it is set in a convent girls' school in 1950's London, and runs until 18 January 2014