NEWS: Hampstead Theatre Announces First Productions for 2019

The Hampstead Theatre has confirmed details of its first three productions of 2019 including two world premieres.  The theatre’s 2019 season will open with the UK premiere of Martyna Majok’s 2018 Pulitzer Prize winning drama, Cost of Living. Playing at the Hampstead Theatre from the 24th January until the 2nd March, the production is directed… Read More

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NEWS: Hampstead Theatre Announces Casting for Dry Powder

Hampstead Theatre has today announced casting for the upcoming UK premiere of Dry Powder by Sarah Burgess.  Directed by Anna Ledwich, the production is set to star Hayley Atwell, who is currently starring in BBC’s Howards End and will make her Hampstead Theatre debut as Jenny.  She will be joined on stage by Aidan McArdle as Rick and Tom Riley as… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of… Cookies, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Early rehearsal images have been released of the production of  Emily Jenkins’ new play Cookies at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on the 29th October.  Supported by Lily Allen, Ted Reilly, Maddy Hill and Lady Viola Grosvenor, acting as Ambassadors to the Cyberscene Project, this world premiere production is directed by Anna Ledwich and explores the digital world as… Read More

Review Round Up: Kiss Me, Trafalgar Studios

Ben Lloyd-Hughes and Claire Lams star in Anna Ledwich’s production of Richard Bean’s play. But what have critics been making of it? “I’m thirty two and I want a baby. There are no men.” A desperate woman. A chivalrous man. And a forbidden kiss that changes everything. WhatsOnStage: *** “Bean can’t resist the odd laugh-line, but mostly Kiss… Read More

NEWS: Richard Bean’s Kiss Me to Transfer to the Trafalgar Studios

Following a successful run at the Hampstead Theatre, Richard Bean’s play will transfer to the Trafalgar Studios from the 6th June.  This new play is a beautiful and unorthodox love story about two people struggling to escape the guilt and ghosts of the past, set against the shifting world of London postWorld War I. As… Read More