Richard Wilson

Sheffield stages complete works of Sarah Kane and revivals of Hare and Miller
By Theo Bosanquet · 17 Oct 2014

The 2015 season promises a 'thrilling range of theatre', says Daniel Evans

The Dog (Frinton)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 20 Aug 2014

If the new play which opened the 75th anniversary season at Frinton's Summer Theatre was a bit of a damp squib, the final production is much more of a fire cracker.

SheffieldTheatres' Lyceum closes for £1.9 million redevelopment
By Dan Meyers · 24 Jul 2014

Major refurbishment aims to increase attendances by 15% in the next 5 years

Frinton's programme for the 75th anniversary season
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 14 Jul 2014

2014 marks the 75th anniversary year of the summer theatre season at the McGrigor Hall in Frinton. The programme has some old favourites as well as two new plays.

Krapp's Last Tape (Studio Theatre)
By Sophie Bush · 4 Jul 2014

Sheffield Theatres' production of Beckett's renowned play is more for the aficionados than the uninitiated

Anything Goes revived at Sheffield Crucible for Christmas
By Theo Bosanquet · 7 Mar 2014

Daniel Evans' production opens in December as part of the newly announced autumn/winter season

Richard Wilson stars in Krapp's Last Tape in Sheffield
By Editorial Staff · 20 Jan 2014

Wilson will mark his Sheffield acting debut in Polly Findlay's production

Love Your Soldiers (Sheffield)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 5 Nov 2013

An examination of the effects of the Afghan War both on the home front and the front line

A Little Hotel on the Side (Bath)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 23 Aug 2013
Richard McCabe, Richard Wilson and Hannah Waddingham star in this revival of Georges Feydeau's farce, adapted by John Mortimer, at the Theatre Royal Bath
Plays cast: Richard Wilson and Richard McCabe in Bath's Little Hotel, Adrian Edmondson in Neville's Island at Chichester
By Editorial Staff · 13 Jul 2013
Richard Wilson and Richard McCabe will star in Theatre Royal Bath's A Little Hotel on the Side and Adrian Edmondson joins the cast of Chichester Festival Theatre's Neville's Island