NEWS: Theatre Royal Haymarket Goes On Sale

The shareholders of Louis I Michaels Limited (LIM) have announced the sale of the group, which holds the lease  for the prestigious Grade I listed, Theatre Royal Haymarket (TRH), situated in the heart of London’s West End. The news of the sale also marks the the first time a significant West End theatre has been on the… Read More

PREVIEW: Electra, Bunker Theatre

Dumbwise Productions will present this new version of the myth, reimagined  by John Ward from the 27th February.  A Queen masterminds the murder of her Husband and takes the throne with her new lover. Her Daughter, Electra, grows up in the grip of a cruel regime, swearing revenge. Her Son Orestes, exiled as a boy… Read More

Review Round Up: Charles I: King and Collector, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts reunites King Charles I’s art collection – for the first time since the 17th century. Here’s what critics have had to say about it…  The Guardian: **** ” Nationalise the egregious monarchist folly that is the Royal Collection. Put these wonderful paintings and sculptures in our public galleries where anyone can… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting confirmed for London Premiere of A Princess Undone

Arriving at the Park Theatre from the 20th February, full casting has now been confirmed for Jonny Kelly’s production.  The cast for the London premiere of Richard Stirling’s play will be led by Felicity Dean as HRH The Princess Margaret. She will be joined by Alexander Knox as Tristan Peel (It Is Easy To Be Dead), the play’s… Read More

PREVIEW: Kiss of the Spider Woman, Menier Chocolate Factory

The Menier Chocolate Factory has confirmed that a new adaptation of Manuel Puig’s novel will play at the theatre from the 8th March. Directed by Laurie Sansom, Kiss of the Spider Woman has been adapted for the stage by Jose Rivera, based on the original translation by Allan Baker. A provocative tale of love, victimisation,… Read More