Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/shows/the-winters-tale Booking until: 21st February 2019 Production Photos by: Ellie Kurtzz Run time: 1hr 10 min straight through. In a bid to spark an interest in theatre for the younger generation, the National have taken … Continue reading The Winter’s Tale @ National Theatre*
A new year means a wave of new theatre coming into the West End! Although I do love the classics, it’s always nice to see some fresh blood in London theatre. These are the six shows I cannot wait to … Continue reading Shows I’m Looking Forward To Seeing in 2019
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.londonboxoffice.co.uk/nine-night-tickets Booking until: 23rd February 2019 Production Photos by: Helen Murray After a sold out run in the Dorfman, the National Theatre’s production of Nine Night has transferred to the Trafalgar Studios giving audiences more … Continue reading Nine Night @ Trafalgar Studio*
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Production Photos by: James Bellorini Starting with a fresh take on Shakespeare’s Pericles, the National Theatre have officially kicked off their Public Acts programme. Inspired by the work of NYC’s The Public Theater’s initiative, Public Works, the programme aims … Continue reading Pericles @ National Theatre*
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/shows/julie Running until: 8th September 2018 Production Photos by: Richard H Smith Writer Polly Stenham has updated Strindberg’s classic play Miss Julie to London in 2018 in this bold yet minimalist production directed by Carrie Cracknell. … Continue reading Julie @ the National Theatre
The National Theatre Connections Festival is an annual event where ten schools and emerging theatre companies are invited to perform ten new plays specifically written for 13-19 year olds on one of Britain’s most famous stages. Throughout the entire festival, … Continue reading National Theatre 2018 Connections Festival
Photos by Stephen Cummiskey Last week, I paid a visit to my favourite theatre, The National theatre. After her critically acclaimed show, The Flick, the National Theatre is currently playing home to another Annie Baker play. This time, her 2015 Off- … Continue reading John @ National Theatre
Have I mentioned enough that it was my birthday? Because I did. It was a birthday. And once again, I treated myself to some more shows! I mean, what else is there to do? Earlier in the month my trip … Continue reading Theatre Round Up | Network, Big Fish, Venus In Fur, An American In Paris.
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
When I joined the online booking queue for Angels in America back in January, I really didn’t expect to have fallen in love with it as I have done. I did the double two parts in one day performance in … Continue reading Things I Loved About Angels in America.