White Bear Theatre

Review: The Ungrateful Biped (White Bear Theatre)
Rupert Graves makes his directorial debut with this one-man adaptation of Dostoyevsky's 1864 novella
Rupert Graves: 'Benedict and Andrew's Hamlets were great. Maybe I could do an old Hamlet?'
The Sherlock star on making his directorial debut and being part of the TV phenomenon
Inigo (White Bear)
Jonathan Moore's new play comes across as too threadbare, dull and "fringey" for its own good
Greg Wise stars in Kill Me Now at Park Theatre
By Editorial Staff
The production, staged in the round, runs in tandem with Torben Betts' Muswell Hill
Mojo (White Bear Theatre)
By Amy Guyler
The new adaptation of Jez Butterworth's play is a "knockout"
The Diary of a Nobody transfers to King's Head Theatre in July
By Rebecca Donn
The transfer of the stage adaptation follows a sold-out run at the White Bear theatre
Women of Twilight (White Bear Theatre)
By Kieran Corcoran
Sylvia Rayman's play centering around a home for single mothers returns to the White Bear Theatre following a run in October
Terms and Conditions
Patrick Marmion's new play, which sees a mysterious old man enter the lives of a young family, premieres at the White Bear in Kennington
Where the Shot Rabbits Lay
Brad Birch's play at the White Bear Theatre explores a complex relationship but could take more risks, says Sarah Marsh