Keeping it in the Family ... Durang Durang
By Editorial Staff · 24 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
It’s unusual to find two family members in the same play, let alone three. But when Janet Prince began assembling her production of Christopher Durang’s parody plays, she found herself sha
Shakespeare All Shook Up At Tara Arts
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter · 24 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
Shakespeare is getting shaken up in south London this month as Earlsfield’s Tara Arts launches its own mini-festival, Shakespeare RE-MIXED. Over the next fortnight, the c
Athletics Coach Presents 1936 at the Arcola
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 22 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
Tom McNab, internationally renowned sports coach and novelist will be presenting 1936, his play about the Berlin Olympics, at the Arcola Studio in East London from 6 to 24 April. McN
Opening: Ghosts, Disconnect, Women & Warnings
By Terri Paddock · 22 Feb 2010 · West End
Amongst the major London openings - in the West End and further afield - this week are: OPENING TONIGHT, Monday 22 February 2010 (previews from 17 February), Chennai-based playwright Anupama Chandre
Sanjeev Bhaskar Plays Dumb in Penhall’s Show
By Terri Paddock · 22 Feb 2010 · West End
After making his musical theatre debut in Spamalot in 2008, Sanjeev Bhaskar will return to the stage in April to star in artistic director Stephen Unwin’s Rose Theatre, Kingston revival o
Durang Durang
By Mark Valencia · 22 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
With so little new American writing on view over here, whatever possessed Mind The Gap Theatre to honour beer as small as this three-pack of comedies by Christopher Durang? Four talented ...
Off-West End Announcements – 20 Feb 2010
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter · 20 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
Four Seagulls For Price of One London can't get enough of Anton Chekhov and Tennessee Williams at the moment. But why not get a taste for both as The Finborough kicks off a new season with t
Roxana Silbert On … Dunsinane & Joining the RSC
By Editorial Staff · 19 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
Roxana Silbert recently joined the Royal Shakespeare Company as an associate director, having spent four years as artistic director of new writing company Paines Plough. She is currently directing
Measure for Measure (Almeida)
By Maxwell Cooter · 19 Feb 2010 · West End
Measure for Measure is a complex play addressing many issues that cause resonance for us today. In what way does morality have in impact on the ways we’re governed? Many governments have ...
Tweflth Night (Greenwich)
By Editorial Staff · 19 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
Tightly directed by Bryn Holding in a minimalist set by David Woodhead, the Sell a Door company once again bring a fresh, engaging and illuminating interpretation to Greenwich Playhouse. This, their ...

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