Five Minutes With… Munashe Chirisa

The actor chatted to Emma Clarendon about his role in Stop and Search at the Arcola Theatre.  Hi Munashe thanks so much for talking to me. What can we expect from Stop and Search? Expect to find that it’s not entirely about people getting stopped and searched in a literal manner, but more about “inter-policing” by different members of society. Was there anything in particular about the story that caught your… Read More

NEWS: Rehearsal Images Released for All About Eve

The first rehearsal images for Ivo van Hove’s upcoming production  have been released.  The cast for Ivo van Hove’s production of All About Eve are in rehearsals for the production, with just under three weeks to go before the show arrives at the Noel Coward Theatre from the 2nd February. This world premiere production, based on the Oscar winning 1950 Twentieth Century Fox film, has been… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Confirmed for The Rubenstein Kiss

Full casting has been confirmed for the upcoming production of The  Rubenstein Kiss at the Southwark Playhouse. Playing at the Southwark Playhouse from the 14th March, casting for the first London production of The Rubenstein Kiss since 2005 has been announced. This new production directed by Joe Harmston (The Lover and The Collection, Donmar Warehouse; The Father, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry) is set to star Ruby Bentall as Esther Rubenstein, Henry Proffit as Jakob… Read More

Review Round Up: Approaching Empty, Kiln Theatre

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s review round up of Pooja Ghai’s production at the Kiln Theatre. The Stage: **** “Ishy Din’s writing lays the foundations for a solid set of performances from the six-strong ensemble.” WhatsOnStage: *** “there’s no doubting its promise, or the authenticity of the way that Din probes the corruption by greed and austerity of a community once built on honour and respect.” Evening Standard: ***… Read More

PREVIEW: A Home Away From Home: The India Club

From the 30th January, the National Trust’s new London exhibition to  reveal the social history behind The India Club.  This site-specific exhibition will help to shine a light on the social history of this iconic club on the Strand as well as focusing on the significance of the India Club as an important meeting point and community space, initially for migrants arriving from the Indian subcontinent, and gradually spreading to a wider… Read More

REVIEW: The Daughter-In-Law, Arcola Theatre

Jack Gamble’s razor sharp production highlights one family’s inner  tensions brilliantly.  It is said that the first year of a marriage is perhaps the hardest as you adapt to being together every day – but in some cases it is more like the first seven weeks are the hardest as D.H. Lawrence’s powerful family drama proves. Newly weds Minnie and Luther Gasgcoyne are struggling… Read More