Coming to the Hope Theatre in Islington, later this month is award winning playwright Meghan Tyler’s play Medicine. The play takes place in Ireland and explores the relationship between main character Moira and her mum. Described as boldly funny and … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Meghan Tyler, writer of Medicine
Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to see Milly Thomas’ critically acclaimed one woman play Dust at the Soho Theatre. Recently, a transfer was announced and Dust will play the Trafalgar Studios 2 from the 4th September to 13th … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Sara Joyce, director of Dust.
Coming to St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden to round out the summer is a brand new theatre production of The Three Musketeers. The play runs from the 2nd August to 2nd September and for tickets & more information please … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Paul-Ryan Carberry, director of The Three Musketeers
Earlier this week, I was lucky enough to see the brilliant For King and Country at the Southwark Playhouse. Set during World War I, the play follows Private A.Hamp as he is on trial for desertion and has the audience … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Paul Tomlinson, director of For King and Country
After yesterday’s quick fire questions with director Victor Sobchak about his upcoming production of Anton Chekov’s The Seagull at The Lion and The Unicorn Theatre, I also managed to grab a few moments with Dominic Debartolo, one of the leads … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Dominic Debartolo, The Seagull.
Theatre Collection is a theatre company that was founded in 2009. The company is an expansion of the highly acclaimed ‘ART-VIC’(Anglo-Russian Theatre) and ‘Act Provocateur International’ which has a history spanning for 25 years. They have performed at 12 Edinburgh Fringe … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Victor Sobchak, Artistic Director of Theatre Collection.
In perfect timing, a new musical comedy has started performances at the Union Theatre about a regular girl who ends up marrying into the Royal Family. Sound familiar? H.R. Haitch is a musical with music by Luke Bateman and lyrics … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Daniel Winder, director of H.R. Haitch
A couple of years ago, I picked up a classic short story called The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, completely unaware how much of a feminist classic it is. An upcoming stage adaptation appeared on my radar and I … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Dave Spencer, director of The Yellow Wallpaper.
Photo credit: Sally Jubb Photography Tom Vallen’s Edinburgh Festival hit A Gym Thing comes to London and will start performances at the Pleasance Theatre, Islington from 30th April to 13th May. The play takes place within a 60 minute workout … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Tom Vallen, writer of A Gym Thing
After seeing Darkest Hour in the cinema earlier this year, I was super intrigued when an interactive, immersive theatre production that presents what life was like during Britain’s Darkest Hour appeared on my radar. For King and Country is performed … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Owen Kingston, writer/director of For King and Country.