Last month, I went to see Welcome To The UK at the Bunker Theatre, PSYCHEDelight’s new satirical piece about the troubles and stigma that comes with moving to the UK from different countries. I managed to grab some time with … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Sophie NL Besse, director of Welcome to The UK
The VAULT Festival officially kicks off in London today! Taking over a whole range of performance spaces in Waterloo, there is something for everyone to go and see at the VAULT Festival 2019. To find out more about this year’s … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Becky Brown, Head of Producing at The VAULT Festival 2019
After successful runs at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe and on a UK tour, Ellie DuBois brings her show No Show to the Soho Theatre for a limited engagement. No Show puts female circus performers at the forefront and offers the … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Ellie DuBois, No Show.
Imagine all of your favourite characters from your favourite author’s back catalogue of books came together to star in a musical? That’s exactly what is going down at the Southwark Playhouse this Christmas in Seussical The Musical. Filled with larger … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | The Cast of Seussical The Musical
As part of the Camden People’s Theatre, writer Zad El Bacha will be performing her first full length solo work On Death Etcetera, as part of the No Direction Home festival. In what is described as “a monologue about intergenerational … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions |Zad El Bacha, On Death Etcetera
Just in time for Halloween, Sutton House will soon play host to director Katharine Armitage’s new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Through a combination of puppetry, shadows and scares, company Tea Break Theatre not only offers an opportunity to celebrate Halloween … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Katharine Armitage, director of Frankenstein
A new musical is opening at the Cockpit later this month. Award winning composer Scott Alan has created a song cycle using his back catalogue of work, to tell the lives of six individuals who juggle the challenges life throws … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Scott Alan on The Distance You Have Come.
Halley Feiffer’s off-Broadway hit A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynaecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York will be making it’s European debut in London at the Finborough Theatre from the 2nd to … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Halley Feiffer, writer of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynaecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York.
Earlier this month, I was lucky enough to catch Eris, a new play by writer John King during it’s limited run at the Bunker. I enjoyed it so much, I was lucky enough to grab a few moments of John’s … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | John King, writer of Eris.
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