Opening: Garbo, Wife, Legally Blonde, Midsummer
By Editorial Staff · 11 Jan 2010 · West End
Amongst the major openings in London - in the West End and further afield - this week are: OPENING TONIGHT, Monday 11 January 2010, Linda Marlowe's acclaimed one-woman show The World's Wife
By Mark Valencia · 11 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
As a playwright whose CV boasts three works inspired by Chekhov, Reza De Wet ought to have some talent for depicting the ebb and flow of human relationships. On the evidence of this inept new ...
By Nancy Groves Theatergoer Reporter · 11 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
As my first taste of German playwright Dea Loher’s work, I was hoping the Arcola’s production of Innocence would open the door to an unfamiliar world. Loher’s plays are relati
Ridley’s BNP-based Moonfleece Bows in East End
By Nancy Groves & Terri Paddock · 8 Jan 2010 · West End
Philip Ridley’s most directly political play to date, Moonfleece, will receive its professional premiere at the height of general election furore this spring. Originally developed in 20
Brandon Makes Stage Return in Cotton's Weather
By Theo Bosanquet · 8 Jan 2010 · West End
Michael Brandon will make his first return to the London stage since Jerry Springer - the Opera when he stars alongside Steve Furst in Oliver Cotton's debut play Wet Weather Cover at ...
Helena Kaut-Howson On ... The Work of Dea Loher
By Editorial Staff · 8 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
Helena Kaut-Howson, who is directing the UK premiere of Dea Loher's Innocence, which opens at the Arcola this week (8 January 2010), talks about Loher's work and why she remains largely ...
James-Ellis Makes Play Debut as Behan Hostage
By Terri Paddock · 7 Jan 2010 · West End
From Link Larkin to a Cockney soldier kidnapped by the IRA is quite a leap, but it’s the one that Ben James-Ellis will be making next month. After being discovered via the BBC’s Any D
Jeremy Irons Revisits RSC After 23 Years for Gods
By Terri Paddock · 7 Jan 2010 · West End
Jeremy Irons - who last month helped us launch the tenth annual Awards, on behalf of this year’s adopted charity Masterclass (See Photos, 7 Dec 2009) - will return to the Royal
Susannah York On … Performing a Miracle
By Editorial Staff · 7 Jan 2010 · West End
Susannah York is currently starring alongside Tim Woodward in Reza de Wet's play Miracle at the Leicester Square Theatre, following a preview run at St. Andrew church in Holborn last month.
Another Interactive Show from FoolishPeople at Smithfield's Old Abattoir
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 6 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
FoolishPeople, the company behind last year’s sell-out interactive promenade show, The Abattoir Pages, is presenting their new work, A Red Threatening Sky, from 11 to 20 February a

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