REVIEW: Games for Lovers, The Vaults

Ryan Craig’s funny new play examines the difficulty of dating and relationships in the 21st century. Smart and relatable, Ryan Craig’s Games for Lovers effectively examines just how our attitudes towards dating and relationships have changed in the 21st century – in particular highlighting how the way we approach them showcases our vulnerabilities. Games for… Read More

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First Look at…Games for Lovers

The first picture of the cast for the production of Ryan Craig’s play, playing at The Vaults from the 12th July. The world premiere of Ryan Craig’s play will take place at The Vaults this Summer, directed by Anthony Banks. Four millennials looking for sex, love and a well-located flat find themselves caught in a… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Announced for The Girl on the Train

Further casting has been confirmed for the West End run of the stage production based on the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins. Playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 23rd July, further casting has been confirmed for the West End run for Anthony Banks’ production. Joining the previously announced Samantha Womack, it has… Read More

NEWS: The Girl on the Train to Play at the Duke of York’s Theatre

The production, currently touring the UK, will play in the West End for a limited season from the 23rd July. Based on the best-selling book by Paula Hawkins and the Dreamworks film, The Girl on the Train has been adapted for the stage by Rachel Wagstaff  and Duncan Abel and is directed by Anthony Banks. It has also… Read More

NEWS: New Autumn Dates Announced for The Girl on the Train

Fourteen additional dates have been added to the UK touring production of The Girl on the Train. Starring Samantha Womack as Rachel Watson and based on the thrilling novel by Paula Hawkins and the Dreamworks film, The Girl on the Train has announced new Autumn dates – extending its tour until November 2019. Now travelling… Read More

REVIEW: Hogarth’s Progress, Rose Theatre Kingston

The contrast in styles between Nick Dear’s The Art of Success and The Taste of the Town are striking but both make for compelling viewing in Anthony Banks’ production.  Bold, brash and bawdy is the way you could describe Nick Dear’s The Art of Success, while The Taste of the Town is more refined and… Read More

First Look at…Hogarth’s Progress, Rose Theatre Kingston

Production images have been released for the  production of Nick Dear’s Hogarth’s Progress, playing at the Rose Theatre in Kingston.  Playing in rep as part of the Rose Theatre Kingston’s 10th anniversary season, Nick Dear’s Hogarth’s Progress is formed of two plays: The Art of Success and the world premiere of The Taste of the Town.… Read More

REVIEW: Twilight Song, Park Theatre

Anthony Banks directs this sharp production but Kevin Elyot’s play feels rushed and in need of some more depth and character development to be fully satisfying.  Switching between 1961,1967 and the present day, Kevin Elyot’s Twilight Song is a story filled with guilt and secrets that has repercussions for all of the characters involved. Barry’s… Read More

Helen George to Star in After Miss Julie

It has been announced that the Strictly Come Dancing and Call the Midwife star Helen George will play the title role in the pre-West End UK tour of After Miss Julie.  The production will open at the Theatre Royal Bath on the 24th May, followed by a short UK tour, which will include dates at Yvonne… Read More