Jeremy Herrin

The Moderate Soprano (Hampstead Theatre)
David Hare's new play recounts the story of the inception of Glyndebourne
People, Places and Things to transfer to the West End
Denise Gough reprises her role in Duncan Macmillan's play
Denise Gough shines in People, Places and Things
Jeremy Herrin's production of Duncan Macmillan's new play opened in the National's Dorfman Theatre last night
First look at the National's People, Places and Things
Award-winning actress Denise Gough stars in Jeremy Herrin's production
Nancy Carroll joins Roger Allam in Hampstead's Moderate Soprano
David Hare's new play centres on the founding of Glyndebourne
5 minutes with: Director Abbey Wright - 'I feel very inspired'
Fresh from her West End debut production of The Mentalists, Wright is reviving TS Eliot's The Cocktail Party at The Print Room
Casting announced for Headlong's autumn season
Denise Gough and Greta Scacchi join Headlong for upcoming productions of The Glass Menagerie and People, Places and Things
Headlong commits to gender equality among playwrights
The touring company has committed to a 50/50 commissioning policy
Simon Russell Beale and David Hare in new Hampstead season
Plays about Samuel Foote and the creation of Glyndebourne opera house feature in the venue's Autumn season
Headlong Glass Menagerie tours from September
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Ellen McDougall's production opens at West Yorkshire Playhouse