Knives in Hens
By Theatergoer Reporter · 10 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
The title of David Harrower’s 1995 debut Knives in Hens is an acutely powerful one. It prompts a reaction in people that cuts through understanding and causes them to physically shudder
Ishiguro \'Driving Force\' Behind Remains Musical
By Theo Bosanquet · 9 Feb 2010 · West End
The long-rumoured musical version of Kazuo Ishiguro\'s modern classic novel The Remains of the Day is receiving its world premiere at London\'s Union Theatre later this year, running from 1 to ...
The Hostage
By Editorial Staff · 9 Feb 2010 · West End
Brendan Behan’s The Hostage is set in Ireland during The Troubles on the eve of the execution of a young IRA member. The hostage of the play’s title is Leslie Williams, an 18-year
Pub Rock
By Theatergoer Reporter · 8 Feb 2010 · West End
A cyclist attempts to carry his bike up the stairs into the main house at the Lyric and is stopped by an alert usher. The same cyclist then leads the waiting audience out across the road into the u
Opening: Three Acts, West End Jerusalem, Man
By Theo Bosanquet · 8 Feb 2010 · West End
Amongst the major openings - in the West End and further afield - this week are: OPENING TUESDAY, 9 February 2010 (preview 8 February), Bette Bourne and Mark Ravenhill's award-winning collabor
Full List: Laurence Olivier Nominees Announced
By Terri Paddok · 8 Feb 2010 · West End
Nominations for this year's Laurence Olivier Awards, London's equivalent of the Tonys and the UK's most prestigious stage awards, are announced today (8 February 2010). The full list of nominations
By Mark Valencia · 8 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
A lone chair surrounded by a sea of screwed-up paper – the reviewer's lot. The actor's too, in this misconceived production of Ibsen's psychological masterpiece, as Hedda Gabler's passions ...
County Hall Hosts Verbatim Voting Play Counted
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 8 Feb 2010 · West End
This spring the Debating Chamber at County Hall will play host to Counted, a brand-new verbatim play about the way we vote - and the reasons why we don’t. Running from 15 April to 22 M
Theatredelicatessen Stages Mercury Fur in School
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 8 Feb 2010 · Off-West End
Philip Ridley’s 2005 play Mercury Fur is not a work that needs any help when it comes to controversy. The story of a pair of brothers who specialise in realising the lewd fantasies of
Shunt Reopens Doors After 12-Month Extension
By Theo Bosanquet · 5 Feb 2010 · West End
Shunt, the award-winning experimental theatre group housed in the vaults below London Bridge station, have announced an extension of their residency by a year.The company, which had resigned itself ...

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