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Bob Carlton on the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 8 Apr 2011
The Taming of the Shrew, which opens this week, is seen as one of Shakespeare's more problematic comedies. What's your own approach? Granted that The Taming of the Shrew can indeed be v
Cast: Ullman in Almeida City, Stubbs Leads Eyolf
By Theo Bosanquet · 8 Apr 2011
British-born American TV star Tracey Ullman is returning to the London stage for the first time in over 20 years to star in Stephen Poliakoff’s new play My City at the Almeida Theatre.
Wife to James Whelan
By Jo Caird · 8 Apr 2011
When ambitious James Whelan (Mark Hesketh) moves to faraway Dublin to take up a job that will greatly enhance his prospects, his pretty sweetheart Nan (Aislish Symons) must decide whether he is wort
Brontë (Tricycle & Tour)
By Editorial Staff · 8 Apr 2011
Shared Experience’s Bronte dives in and out of the sisters’ collective imagination like the chimerical lapwing, poetically entwining 'fact' and fiction until the one is almost unide
Cock Tavern Seeks New Home Due to High Stairs
By Andrew Girvan · 8 Apr 2011
Having suspended performances earlier in the week Kilburn's Cock Tavern, operated by Good Night Out Presents and artistic director Adam Spreadbury-Maher, will cease productions due to issues which ...
Chereau Postpones I Am the Wind a Week, 10 May
By Terri Paddock · 8 Apr 2011
I Am the Wind, the first-ever English-language stage production helmed by revered French director Patrice Chereau, has been delayed by a week at the Young Vic, where it’s the final main-h
WWRY's Fox Stars in Fings Ain't Revival at Union
By Terri Paddock · 8 Apr 2011
Hannah Jane Fox, who created the role of Scaramouche in Queen musical We Will Rock You, returns to the stage to star in a major new revival of Lionel Bart and Frank Norman’s classic East
Greenwich & Docklands Fest Holds Victorian Fair
By Theo Bosanquet · 7 Apr 2011
The line-up has been announced for this year’s Greenwich+Docklands International Festival (GDIF), which runs from 24 June to 2 July 2011. The festival will pay tribute to the Greenwich Fair, w
Time of My Life (Watford)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 6 Apr 2011
It’s well known that family celebrations often bring out the worst in people. Alan Ayckbourn’s 1992 play, now given a well deserved and extremely well staged new production by Brigid Larmo
Cock Tavern Cancels Show Due to Licence Issues
By Andrew Girvan · 6 Apr 2011
This evening's performance of A Cavalier for Milady, an early work by Tennessee Williams which opened its world premiere run at the Cock Tavern on 1 April (previews from 29 March 2011) has ...