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6.0: How Heap & Pebble Took on the World & Won (BAC & Tour)
By Editorial Staff · 10 Sep 2010 · Off-West End
The lights are dimmed and a hush descends upon the crowd. The music swells and two figures glide (well sort of) onto the wooden stage and take up their positions with the expectations of the world ...
Soho Presents Clean Break Womens' Play Series
By Andrew Girvan · 10 Sep 2010 · West End, Off-West End
Woman's theatre company Clean Break will premiere six new plays by female playwrights, with a series of pieces about women, crime and justice at the Soho Theatre this November. EV Crowe, Sam Holcroft,...
Dancing Brick On ... Heap & Pebble at the BAC
By Editorial Staff · 10 Sep 2010 · Off-West End
Dancing Brick’s founders Valentina Ceschi and Thomas Eccleshare are a pairing fast making a name for themselves for telling beautiful and quirky stories. Tonight marks the opening of their 2009
Brief Encounter With ... The Cast of Closer Than Ever
By Editorial Staff · 10 Sep 2010 · Off-West End
The 21st anniversary production of Closer Than Ever at the Landor Theatre is a star studded revival of the musical revue, featuring 25 songs by composers Maltby and Shire. Their music turns an ...
Plays Cast: Bartlett Love, Full Hay Fever & Goes
Casting has been announced for the forthcoming world premiere of Mike Bartlett’s new play Love, Love, Love, a co-production between Paines Plough and the Drum Theatre Plymouth where it opens ...
This Is How It Goes
Neil LaBute’s quirky love triangle play, taking its title from one of Aimee Mann’s most haunting and enigmatic songs, was seen at the Donmar Warehouse five years ago with Ben Chaplin and M
Brief Encounter With ... Playwright Bryony Lavery
By Nancy Groves · 9 Sep 2010 · West End, Off-West End
Bryony Lavery is one of Britain’s busiest playwrights and her latest play, Beautiful Burnout, proved a big hitter for the Pleasance Courtyard at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. T
Matthew Dunster On ... The Maddening Rain
By Editorial Staff · 9 Sep 2010 · Off-West End
Director Matthew Dunster is an associate director of the Young Vic, whose previous credits include Some Voices, The Member of the Wedding, Testing the Echo and You Can See the Hills.
King's Head Celebrates 40th With Promenade Theatre
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 8 Sep 2010 · Off-West End
The King's Head Theatre, one of the London Fringe's best loved venues, will be celebrating its 40th birthday this October with a free promenade show taking place around Islington and culminating in a ...
Kilburn's Cock Tavern Hosts Edward Bond Season
By Theo Bosanquet · 7 Sep 2010 · West End, Off-West End
The Cock Tavern Theatre in Kilburn is staging a nine-week Edward Bond season, kicking off later this month, including the UK premiere of his 1993 play Olly's Prison, the first professional ...