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Theatre Souk
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 22 Sep 2010
Theatre Souk, the latest project to take over Theatre Delicatessen’s Picton Place headquarters, is proof, if proof were needed, that necessity really is the mother of invention. Wander
Cast: Blasted, Builder, Female Othello & Red Bud
By Theo Bosanquet · 21 Sep 2010
Casting has been announced for the Lyric Hammersmith’s forthcoming revival of Sarah Kane’s Blasted. The production, which runs from 28 October to 20 November 2010 (previews from
Urie Reads Celebrity Autobiography in London
By Editorial Staff · 21 Sep 2010
As previously tipped, Edinburgh Fringe hit Celebrity Autobiography will transfer to London, with American TV star Michael Urie (of Ugly Betty fame) returning to the production for its ...
Brief Encounter With ... Breed's Jessie Cave
By Editorial Staff · 21 Sep 2010
Breed is a new play by Lou Ramsden which runs at Theatre503 from 23 September to 16 October 2010 (previews from 21 September). It stars Jessie Cave, best known for her performance as Lavender ...
Accomplice
By Michael Coveney · 20 Sep 2010
Thrown together with another random eight or nine customers, you meet up at an arts venue that isn’t the Menier, but very close by (you get the call on your mobile the day before). There has bee
Olly’s Prison
By Michael Coveney · 20 Sep 2010
The Cock Tavern’s two-month Edward Bond festival provides a great opportunity to take a rain check on one of our most significant contemporary dramatists who continues to slip in and out of the ...
Opening: Aliens, Donmar Passion, Krapp, Fellah
By Theo Bosanquet · 20 Sep 2010
Amongst the major London openings, in the West End and further afield, this week are: OPENING TONIGHT, Monday 20 September 2010 (previews from 15 September), American writer Annie Baker’s late
The Aliens
By Michael Coveney · 20 Sep 2010
Thin as cling foil does not necessarily mean insubstantial, but Peter Gill’s engrossing production of Annie Baker’s 90-minute play (plus an interval) is certainly small and fairly quiet. Range
Brief Encounter With ... Spare's Sebastian Rex
By Editorial Staff · 20 Sep 2010
Sebastian Rex is a writer, director and choreographer. He founded London-based theatre company Acting Like Mad in 2008. Past productions are $ellebrity and A Sebastian Rex Double Bill ...
Lovers Walk
By Editorial Staff · 19 Sep 2010
Lovers Walk, a sweet yet not sickly promenade performance by HighHearted Theatre for Southwark Playhouse, is the perfect cure to sedentary theatre-going. The story of Matt and Rosie's ...