NEWS: Full Cast Announced for West End Return of Come From Away

The hit musical is set to resume performances at the Phoenix Theatre from the 22nd July. Further casting for the West End production of Come From Away has been announced, ahead of the production resuming performances later this month. It has been announced that Gemma Knight Jones (Falsettos, Sister Act UK Tour, Hairspray UK Tour, The Curious Incident… Read More

NEWS: West End Transfer of Four Quartets Announced

It has been confirmed that the world premiere stage adaptation of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets will head to the West End later this year. Theatre Royal Bath Productions and Royal & Derngate, Northampton have confirmed that Ralph Fiennes’s world premiere stage adaptation of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets will transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatrefor 36 performances only from the… Read More

Interview With…Brigitte Adès

We chatted to the author and UK Bureau Chief of the Foreign affairs journal, Politique Internationale about her book Exiles from Paradise . Could you explain a bit more about what Exiles from Paradise is about? Exiles from Paradise is about the friendship of two young Franco Iranians experiencing an identity crisis aged 24. After graduating… Read More

Interview With…Tony Jayawardena

We chatted to the actor about starring in The Invisible Hand at the Kiln Theatre… Hi Tony, for those who haven’t seen it what is The Invisible Hand about? The Invisible Hand is about the kidnap and ransom of an American banker working in Pakistan. When the ransom money isn’t forth coming the banker suggests that… Read More

NEWS: The Shark is Broken to Play at the Ambassadors Theatre

Written by Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon, the play was originally set to play in the West End last year but was postponed by the pandemic. Sonia Friedman Productions has announced new dates for The Shark is Broken which will now play at the Ambassadors Theatre from the 9th October until the 15th January. Cape… Read More

Interview With…Annabel Carberry

The Co-Director of Lost in Translation chatted to us about the company’s London tour. Hi Annabel – could you tell me more about your London tour? It’s really a London year for us – such a great way to get back to touring! It is the first time we have performed away from our base… Read More

Review Round Up: After Life, National Theatre

We round up the reviews for Jack Thorne’s adaptation of Hirokazu Kore-eda’s film of the same name now playing at the National Theatre. Evening Standard: *** “Herrin’s staging, a co-production with Headlong, is fluent and pleasing. It just feels a bit light, a bit airy-fairy, a bit meh, frankly, for these times and for the… Read More