Tom Kempinski’s award winning play Duet For One is currently on a strictly limited UK tour until 18th November. Having already stopped off in Birmingham, Cambridge and Richmond, the play is just about to finish its run in Edinburgh before … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Belinda Lang in Duet For One.
Insignificance is a play by Terry Johnson which takes place in one hotel room across the 2 hour run time. It’s a play about the effects of fame, what it means to be famous and how does it affect relationships. The characters are listed in the programme as The Actress/The Professor/The Senator/The Ball player so this play could be about anybody but Megan Rarity’s costume supervision says otherwise.
Saint George and the Dragon is a new play by Rory Mullarkey that takes the Patron Saint of England and rewrites the folk tale. The National website describes the play as a “folk tale for an uneasy nation”, which I … Continue reading Saint George and the Dragon @ the National Theatre
I have been a bit MIA recently due to being slightly poorly, exhausted and just plain busy! But in the mean time, I still found time to get my arse out of my house and to the place I love … Continue reading Quick Round Up Of Shows I’ve Seen Lately
The current trend in London theatre at the moment seems to be discussing politics more than ever. What with James Graham’s two plays Labour of Love, based on the Labour party, and Ink, based on the early beginnings of The … Continue reading What Shadows @ Park Theatre
Having tackled the likes of Chopin, Beethoven and Irving Berlin, Hershey Felder tackles the life and works of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in this fascinating 90 minute new play with music. Hershey Felder completely inhabits the Russian composer whilst interlacing the … Continue reading Hershey Felder’s Our Great Tchaikovsky @ The Other Palace
After much acclaim in 2016, Daniel Goldman directs his hit adaptation of Sergio Blanco’s play back at the Arcola Theatre as part of the CASA Latin American Theatre Festival which celebrates theatre made by Latin American artists. Thebes Land follows … Continue reading Thebes Land @ the Arcola Theatre
I am always intrigued and excited by a new theatre opening, so you can imagine my excitement walking into the new Marble Arch Theatre, a pop up that felt as if I was walking into a really big tent with … Continue reading Five Guys Named Moe @ Marble Arch Theatre
The London Musical Theatre Orchestra has made its debut in my neck of the woods, Hackney on a fantastic Saturday night outing. The founder of LMTO, Freddie Tapner led an incredible company of musicians bringing the classic Jerry Herman’s score … Continue reading LMTO’s Mack and Mabel @ Hackney Empire
Back in 2013, I saw my first much hyped play by Jez Butterworth – Mojo at the Harold Pinter Theatre where the entire play was set in a club, in Soho in 1995 and weaved together the pasts of 6 … Continue reading The Ferryman @ Gielgud Theatre