Ovalhouse

Royal Exchange announces spring/summer studio shows
By Editorial Staff

The venue will host work by Blast Theory and Chris Thorpe

Michael Coveney: Bob Hoskins remembered with fringe benefits, as I Can't Sing! flops and I battle the Bard

In his new weekly blog, our chief critic remembers a screen legend and reflects on the closure of Harry Hill's X Factor musical

Opening: Tell Me On a Sunday, Taste of Honey and WhatsOnStage Awards
By Editorial Staff

This week's openings include the West End transfer of Marti Webb's virtuoso revival

The Secret Life of You and Me (Ovalhouse)
By Kieran Corcoran

Lowri Evans' one-woman show opened at the Ovalhouse earlier this week

Guest Blog: From Stonewall to Sochi - plays examine history of gay rights
By Jon Bradfield

Two upcoming productions are casting their eyes back over the history of gay rights at a topical time for the movement

Play about 1967 gay rights act transfers to Trafalgar Studios
By Editorial Staff

The Act is written by Matthew Baldwin and Thomas Hescott and will run from 25 February to 29 March

Exclusive: First play by Romany Traveller comes to Ovalhouse in Feb

Dan Allum's Our Big Land is being produced by the Romany Theatre Company

Guest blog: The lasting legacy of the alternative theatre movement

Susan Croft, curator of Re-Staging Revolutions, a new exhibition from Unfinished Histories celebrating the work of alternative theatre companies and venues in Lambeth and Camden opening this Sunday at Ovalhouse, talks about the legacy of the alternative theatre movement

Moon Project
By Emma Watkins

Rachel Blackman's Moon Project opened at Ovalhouse last night (30 October 2013)

Guest Blog: TOOT's Terry O'Donovan on the changing nature of art in a digital age

Ovalhouse is staging a series of double bills called You Might Also Like, running work-in-development showings from one London based company alongside another from a different part of the UK