Brief Encounter With … Rex Obano
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 25 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
Rex Obano’s play Slaves opens at Theatre503 on 26 January and runs until 20 February. Set in HMP Wandsworth, it tells the story of the clash between Chris, a rising star prison guard an
Hannah Khalil On ... Formulating Plan D
By Editorial Staff · 25 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
Plan D is a new play by Palestinian Irish writer Hannah Khalil which debuts at London's Tristan Bates Theatre this week (26 January 2010), and continues until 13 February.I’ve written sev
Opening: Filter Sisters, Enron, Godot, Wet Weather
By Theo Bosanquet · 25 Jan 2010 · West End
Amongst the major openings - in the West End and further afield - this week are: OPENING TONIGHT, Monday 25 January 2010 (previews from 15 January), Sean Holmes directs Filter's production of Chri
Rites of Privacy
By Theatergoer Reporter · 25 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
Secrets can be deadly, according to actor/playwright David Rhodes. During this intense and bold one-man show he confronts us with a motley cast of characters, whom he portrays one by one, transformi
The Forecast
By Theatergoer Reporter · 25 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
The Forecast is a darling little ditty of a show that, whilst it may not live up to Marvin and The Cats’ lofty aspirations of dealing with climate change, certainly reaches fabulous hei
I Am Yusuf & This Is My Brother
By Michael Coveney · 22 Jan 2010 · West End
Plays that talk magically these days of political strife and upheaval are rare, and ones that bear such tidings from the Middle East even rarer, so this remarkable collaboration between the newly ...
Silence! The Musical
By Editorial Staff · 22 Jan 2010 · West End
The press blurb for Silence! The Musical describes it as being in "gleefully unstoppable bad taste, complete with singing serial killers, songs with unprintable titles and a chorus of tap-...
Daisy Pulls It Off
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter · 22 Jan 2010 · West End
Watching Daisy Pulls It Off is a double exercise in nostalgia. Firstly of the false but infinitely enjoyable kind, the celebration of the jolly hockey sticks lifestyle of a 1920s girls
By Editorial Staff · 22 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
Progress, Doug Lucie's 1983 play here getting its first revival in over 25 years, is well deserving of another airing. At its heart a meditation on loneliness, it explores the delicate ...
By Editorial Staff · 22 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
Decade is an enterprising and admirable attempt by ten new writers to represent the 'Nougties' through a series of ten ten-minute plays. Theatre 503 mask these vignettes with a space conjured ...

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