Tag: Trafalgar Studios


I Found My Horn (Trafalgar Studios)
By Maisie Collins · 10 Apr 2014 · London

Jasper Rees' one-man show starring Jonathan Guy Lewis opened at the Trafalgar Studios last week

Another Country (West End)
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Apr 2014 · London

Despite a slow start Jeremy Herrin's revival reveals the revolutionary core of Julian Mitchell's 1981 play

1st Night Photos: Young stars of Another Country toast West End transfer
By Editorial Staff · 4 Apr 2014 · London

Will Attenborough and Rob Callender lead the cast of Jeremy Herrin's revival of Julian Mitchell's public school-set drama, which opened in Chichester last year

A few of my favourite things: Jonathan Guy Lewis
By Ben Hewis · 1 Apr 2014 · London

We find out the favourite things of the actor who is currently starring in I Found My Horn at the Trafalgar Studios,

Theatre highlights of the week: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Home and Another Country
By Ben Hewis · 31 Mar 2014 · London

Robert Lindsay and Rufus Hound bring a touch of Art Deco to the West End and Nadia Fall's Home returns to the Shed after its sell-out run in August last year

20 Questions: Another Country's Will Attenborough - 'I watched Jeremy Irons slap Tom Hiddleston'
By Editorial Staff · 28 Mar 2014 · London

Will Attenborough - son of director Michael and grandson of film legend Richard - stars in Another Country, which has transferred to Trafalgar Studios following its acclaimed run in Chichester last year

Jamie Lloyd plans to transform Trafalgar again this summer
By Editorial Staff · 12 Mar 2014 · London

The director has revealed plans for a second, year-long season of plays

The Act (Trafalgar Studios)
By Alex Macdonald · 3 Mar 2014 · London

Matthew Baldwin and Thomas Hescott's one-man play centring on the 1967 decriminalisation of homosexuality has transferred to the Trafalgar Studios from Ovalhouse

The Only Way Is Downton (Trafalgar Studios)
By Mark Valencia · 17 Feb 2014 · London

Luke Kempner's one-man show with a cast of thousands. TV will never be the same again

Guest Blog: From Stonewall to Sochi - plays examine history of gay rights
By Jon Bradfield · 11 Feb 2014 · London

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

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