Review Round Up: Beat the Devil, Bridge Theatre

We round up the reviews for David Hare’s new monologue performed by Ralph Fiennes at the Bridge Theatre. The Guardian: *** “There are dates, statistics and medical science, all powerfully delivered by Fiennes, who magically animates the stage, though he barely moves on it. The monologue has the urgency and passion of recently lived experience… Read More

PREVIEW: The Permanent Way, The Vaults

The revival of David Hare’s play will be presented at The Vaults from the 13th September. This first London revival of the play since its premiere at the National Theatre in 2004 is set to be directed by Alexander Lass, nominated for Best Director at the 2017 Stage Debut awards for 46 Beacon at Trafalgar… Read More

Interview With…Martin Hutson

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to the actor about starring in the Menier Chocolate Factory’s production of The Bay at Nice. Hi Martin. For those who aren’t familiar with ‘The Bay at Nice’ what can they expect? A perfectly crafted and amazingly prescient short play about art, integrity and personal responsibility. What was… Read More

Review Round Up: The Moderate Soprano, Duke of York’s Theatre

Jeremy Herrin’s production transfers to the Duke of York’s Theatre, having played at the Hampstead Theatre. But what have critics been making of David Hare’s play?  Broadway World: *** “It’s impossible to discredit the performances, or Bob Crowley’s luxurious design, but I look back and think, what have I learnt from this? Jeremy Herrin’s production… Read More

NEWS: David Hare’s The Moderate Soprano to get West End Run

Jeremy Herrin’s production of David Hare’s play will come to London’s Duke of York’s Theatre from the 5th April.  Following its sold out run at the Hampstead theatre in 2015, Jeremy Herrin’s production of David Hare’s play will have a West End run in spring 2018. The West End premiere of the production will see Roger… Read More

Review Round Up: The Red Barn, National Theatre

Robert Icke directs this new play by David Hare, starring Mark Strong, Hope Davis  and Elizabeth Debicki. It officially opened at the National Theatre last night (17th October), here is what critics have been saying about it.  The Guardian: *** “although it is momentarily impressive, there is something glacially chic about the whole enterprise.” The Independent: ****… Read More

NEWS: Rehearsal Images Released for The Red Barn at the National Theatre

Opening for previews on the 6th October, new images have been released of the cast in rehearsal for the production of David Hare’s new play.  Based on the novel La Main by Georges Simenon, David Hare’s new play will star Mark Strong, Elizabeth Debicki, Hope Davis, Michael Elwyn, Stuart Milligan, Anna Skellern, Oliver Wilson, Nigel Whitmey and Jade… Read More

Rehearsal Images Released for Young Chekov Season at Chichester Festival Theatre

The first pictures of rehearsals from a major new season at Chichester Festival Theatre have been released. Titled the Young Chekov Season, the season of works comprised of Platonov  , Ivanov and The Seagull will be directed by Jonathan Kent and adapted by David Hare. All three productions are a unique theatrical event, as this will be the… Read More