Hollyoaks Actor’s Football Drama Comes to King’s Head
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 6 Apr 2010 · Off-West End
John Graham-Davies, a.k.a. alcoholic dad Les Hunter from Hollyoaks, is bringing his football-themed one-man show, Beating Berlusconi, to Islington’s King’s Head Theatre. The f
Tours: Janie Dee Enters Little Hut, Fresh Quartet
By Terri Paddock · 6 Apr 2010 · West End
Janie Dee and Aden Gillett, last seen on stage together as adulterous lovers in Peter Hall’s revival of Pinter’s Betrayal at the West End’s Duchess Theatre in 2003, will reuni
The Cherry Orchard
By Mark Valencia · 6 Apr 2010 · Off-West End
The most challenging obstacle to a successful staging of Chekhov's last play is its theme of inertia in a time of change. If a director is not careful, the torpor that infects these ...
Opening: Polar Bears, Dumb Show, Rita & Shirley
By Editorial Staff · 6 Apr 2010 · West End
Amongst the major London openings - in the West End and further afield - this week are: OPENING TONIGHT, Monday 6 April 2010 (previews from 1 April), Polar Bears, the playwriting debut of
Shunt's Warehouse Money Extends Until 26 Jun
By Theo Bosanquet · 6 Apr 2010 · West End
Money, the latest production from experimental theatre group Shunt, reopens tonight (6 April 2010) for an extended run until 26 June 2010. Extending "due to popular demand", the show is stag
If That’s All There Is
By Editorial Staff · 1 Apr 2010 · West End
Marriage is for people in institutions. Or so it seems, after watching Inspector Sands' latest offering If That’s All There Is at a busy BAC last night. Renowned for their multi-discipli
Cracknell, Kramer & Wares Associate at Young Vic
By Theo Bosanquet · 31 Mar 2010 · West End
The Young Vic has appointed three new associate directors - Carrie Cracknell, Daniel Kramer and Sacha Wares -  and given current associate director Joe Hill-Gibbins a new role as Genesis Fellow a
Latitude Announces More Theatre for 2010 Festival
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter · 30 Mar 2010 · Southeast
Latitude Festival will be celebrating its fifth birthday in style this summer with the premiere of a newly commissioned collaboration between Sean Holmes, new artistic director of the Lyric ...
Taking Steps
By Michael Coveney · 29 Mar 2010 · West End
Taking Steps, first seen in London 30 years ago, is Alan Ayckbourn’s only outright farce, and the Orange Tree revival is doubly significant: it’s jaw-breakingly funny, and it’s directed ...
By Theatergoer Reporter · 29 Mar 2010 · Off-West End
The particular confection that is Relax, written by Robert Farrar and directed by Phil Setren, could perhaps best be described as a gay farce.  Unusually for a farce it is slow-paced and h

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