NEWS: Autumn Season Announced for Birmingham Repertory Theatre

Artistic Director Sean Foley has announced details for the theatre’s Autumn season which will take place in its current home on Centenary Square. Details have emerged for the Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s 50th anniversary season which will take place at its current home on Centenary Square. The newly announced programme is set to open with the… Read More

REVIEW: Private Peaceful, Barn Theatre (Online)

Michael Morpugo’s moving story has been wonderfully adapted for the stage to make for engaging viewing no matter their age. Exploring themes such as war, fear and family, Michael Morpugo’s Private Peaceful just like War Horse captures the horror of war in a heartfelt but honest way that is very moving to watch unfold on… Read More

Interview With…Linus Karp

We chatted to Linus about his show How To Live A Jellicle Life: Life Lessons From The 2019 Hit Movie Musical ‘Cats’ which will be playing at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre from the 1st June. Hi Linus – could you tell me more about what audiences can expect from How To Live a Jellicle… Read More

REVIEW: The Importance of Being Earnest, Lawrence Batley Theatre/The Dukes

This perky and playful version based on Oscar Wilde’s play is engaging to watch but can feel as though it gets too carried away in places. Reimagining The Importance of Earnest for not only contemporary audiences, but moving it to the North, Yasmeen Khan’s adaptation manages to retain the spirit of the original while adding… Read More

NEWS: Disney’s Frozen to Open at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane August

It has been confirmed that the production is set to open for previews from the 27th August as public booking goes back on sale. Disney Theatrical Productions has announced that tickets for Frozen are now back on sale to the public and will be officially opening at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on the 8th… Read More

NEWS: Dates Announced For The RE:EMERGE Season at Harold Pinter Theatre

Sonia Friedman Productions have announced dates for the RE:EMERGE season which will take place from the 22nd May.   This newly announced season taking place at the Harold Pinter Theatre will be formed of new writing from emerging writers who will be working alongside some of the best known theatre makers and artists. The season has been curated… Read More

NEWS: Kelly Gough to Star in Harm at the Bush Theatre

The production is set to play at the theatre from the 17th May until the 26th June. The Bush Theatre has announced that Kelly Gough will star in the new monologue by Bruntwood Prize award-winning playwright Phoebe Eclair-Powell. Directed by Atri Banerjee (who won The Stage Debut Award for Best Director in 2019 for his… Read More

NEWS: Simon Russell Beale to Star in Bach & Sons at the Bridge Theatre

The world premiere production of Nina Raine’s play will run at the Bridge Theatre from the 23rd June. It has been announced that Simon Russell Beale will star as JS Bach in the Bridge Theatre’s production of Nina Raine’ Bach & Sons, set to be directed by Nicholas Hytner. With tickets going on sale on… Read More

REVIEW: Gash Theatre Gets Ghosted (Online)

Filled with intensity and chilling atmosphere, Gash Theatre’s latest project doesn’t come across as coherent as it could do – despite the clever way in which it has been brought to life. Step into the bizarre and unknown with this latest performance piece that focuses on deconstructing gender, sexuality, and fears of men in a… Read More

NEWS: My Son’s A Queer But What Can You Do to Run at the Turbine Theatre

The show written and performed by Rob Madge will play at the Turbine Theatre from the 17th June. It has been announced that My Son’s A Queer But What Can You Do written and performed by Rob Madge will play at the Turbine Theatre from the 17th June until the 3rd July. Celebrating the joy… Read More