Tristan Bates Theatre

Michael Coveney: Well done Eddie Redmayne - but don't get lost to Hollywood
The British actor forged his career on stage, where he will hopefully return soon
Man and Superman (National Theatre Lyttelton)
Ralph Fiennes plays Jack Tanner in Simon Godwin's rare revival of Shaw's philosophical epic
Pomona wins four at Offie Awards
By Editorial Staff
Other winners included Linda Bassett, Drew McOnie and Secret Theatre
Michael Coveney: Royal 'Sher-speare' Company makes plans as Dame Diana goes solo
Reflections on recent developments in Stratford and some classic critical put-downs
The Glasshouse (Tristan Bates Theatre)
By Amy Guyler
The world premiere of Sebastien Blanc's drama opened earlier this month
Passing By
By Susan Elkin
Andrew Keates' production of Martin Sherman's Passing By opened at the Tristan Bates Theatre last night following a run at the Finborough last year
Catherine Love: Art as a weapon?
As a new theatre festival engages directly with politics, Catherine Love wonders what it means to be political in today's theatrical landscape
Guest blog: Tayo Aluko on performance and protest
Tayo Aluko, curator of the Paul Robeson Art is a Weapon Festival at the Tristan Bates Theatre, which runs until 26 October, is also starring in Call Mr Robeson. Here he tells us about why Robseson's legacy is so important today.
Finborough's Passing By transfers to Tristan Bates in November
By Editorial Staff
Martin Sherman's play, directed by Andrew Keates, comes to the Tristan Bates Theatre following a successful run at the Finborough last year