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The Fool
By Editorial Staff · 13 Oct 2010
It’s something of a disgrace that The Fool, a major work, on a par with Bingo and Lear, has had to wait until now to be revived, 35 years after Peter Gill’s Royal Co
When No One is Watching
By Editorial Staff · 13 Oct 2010
Each one of us, however noble our deeds, is capable of ‘a detestable act’. That appears to be the premise of When No One Is Watching, written and directed by Mark Grey. Seven much l
Me & Juliet
By Andrew Girvan · 12 Oct 2010
Squeezing a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical into the small space of the Finborough may sound ambitious. It becomes even more impressive when you learn that Me and Juliet is a backstage musical ...
Opening: Country Girl, Onassis, Flashdance, Blues
By Editorial Staff · 11 Oct 2010
Amongst the major London openings, in the West End and further afield, this week are: OPENING TONIGHT, Monday 11 October 2010 (previews from 6 October), Martin Shaw and Jenny Seagrove star in Rufus
Stella Duffy On ... The Cost of Producing Work on the Fringe
By Editorial Staff · 11 Oct 2010
Stella Duffy may be best known for the twelve novels, over forty short stories and eight plays she has written, but she is also an associate artist with Improbable, most recently having been part of ...
Five Reasons To See ... PS 122 & Chelsea Theatre's Sacred
By Editorial Staff · 11 Oct 2010
The fourth Sacred season this autumn offers a transatlantic collaboration between New York’s PS 122 in the heart of the East Village, and Chelsea Theatre at World’s End place. PS 122 ha
Friedman & Wilmot Star in Menier's Invisible Man
By Andrew Girvan · 11 Oct 2010
Casting has been announced for Ian Talbot’s production of The Invisible Man which will play the Menier Chocolate Factory from 24 November (previews from 13 November 2010) until 13 Februar
The Under Room
By Editorial Staff · 9 Oct 2010
The landlord of the Cock Tavern is clearly an obliging fellow. He’s given his upstairs room over to a theatre company, has allowed them into his pub for the second act of La bohème
Brief Encounter With ... Ncamisa! Kiss the Women
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 8 Oct 2010
Ncamisa! Kiss the Women is a one-woman play exploring the lives of black lesbian women living in South African townships, based upon the personal experiences of lesbian performer, Pam Ngwaben
Cast: Barber in Terribles, Titmuss Finds Paradise
By Theo Bosanquet · 8 Oct 2010
Les Parents Terribles, which runs from 25 November to 18 December 2010 at Trafalgar Studios 2, will feature a stellar cast of Frances Barber, Anthony Calf, Elaine Cassidy, Sylvestra Le Touzel and Tom ...