Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.atgtickets.com/shows/coming-clean/trafalgar-studios/ Booking until: 2nd February 2019 Production Photos by: Scott Rylander Run time: 1hr 55 mins with a 15 minute interval Trigger warnings?: Full frontal nudity. Coming Clean takes place in a London flat, occupied … Continue reading Coming Clean @ Trafalgar Studios 2*
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*
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.
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.londontheatredirect.com/play/3141/lonely-planet-tickets.aspx Running until: 7th July 2018 Production photos by: Richard Hubert Smith Set in an American town in the mid 1980’s, Steven Dietz’s Lonely Planet follows the friendship between two gay men at the height of … Continue reading Lonely Planet @ Trafalgar Studios 2*
Last year, I did a post showcasing plays & musicals that were about characters in the LGBTQ+ community to celebrate Pride. As there are more new shows in London to catch during June, I thought I would recommend you shows … Continue reading LGBTQ+ In Theatre II
The King’s Head Theatre concludes their West End season with Tommy Murphy’s three-hander play Strangers In Between. Set in Australia, the play is about Shane who has fled his hometown to leave his troubled family behind. Adam Spreadbury-Maher, the artistic … Continue reading Strangers In Between @ Trafalgar Studios 2
Happy new year, one and all! May 2018 bring you more excellent trips to the theatre. I ended my year with trips to a thrilling new British musical and the most exciting musical of the century. And I started my … Continue reading Four New Musicals In London
Today I am bringing you three new stage productions that have been adapted from previous work that you can see on stage in London. The shows below include a new interpretation of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, an opera set in 2017 and a musical about a teenage drag queen.
Apologia: a formal written defence of one’s opinions or conduct. Jamie Lloyd has returned to his West End home, the Trafalgar Studios on Whitehall, with a thrilling family drama and an incredible cast. Led by Stockard Channing, Alexi Kaye Campbell’s play … Continue reading Apologia @ Trafalgar Studios
Enda Walsh’s debut play Disco Pigs has taken over the stage in the intimate Studio Two at the Trafalgar Studios with life, love and lasers. Disco Pigs follows the close friendship between Pig and Runt, two teenagers who were born … Continue reading Disco Pigs @ Trafalgar Studios 2