REVIEW: An Ideal Husband, Vaudeville Theatre

Classic Spring’s latest production features some lovely performances but is just lacking in sharpness to make the most of the witty dialogue.  Directed by Jonathan Church, An Ideal Husband is a wonderful warm and affectionate production – yet somehow is lacking slightly in sparkle and sharpness to make it truly satisfying. When Sir Robert Chiltern… Read More

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NEWS: Further Casting Announced for An Ideal Husband

Classic Spring has announced further casting for its upcoming production of An Ideal Husband, playing at the Vaudeville Theatre from the 20th April.  It has been confirmed that joining the previously announced Edward and Freddie Fox as  the  Earl of Caversham and Lord Goring and Frances Barber Mrs Cheveley,  Sally Bretton and Nathaniel Parker will join the cast… Read More

PREVIEW: An Ideal Husband, Vaudeville Theatre

This new production of Oscar Wilde’s comedy, directed by Jonathan Church will play at the Vaudeville Theatre from the 20th April.  It has recently been announced that real-life father and son, Edward and Freddie Fox will play fictional father and son Earl of Caversham and Lord Goring respectively in the production. Edward Fox’s extensive theatre credits include The Audience (West End),… Read More

Review Round Up: Travesties, Apollo Theatre

Tom Stoppard’s play directed by Patrick Marber has transferred from the Menier Chocolate Factory – but what have critics been saying about it?  The Guardian: **** “spins from one literary form to another, like a wind machine sending fragments into the air.” WhatsOnStage: **** “this superb revival does the piece absolute justice.” The Telegraph: **** “Marber’s… Read More

REVIEW: Travesties, Apollo Theatre

Tom Stoppard’s play transfers from the Menier Chocolate Factory  to offer a bewildering yet excellently performed show.  The mind can play funny tricks on all of us and that is made very clear to audiences watching Tom Stoppard’s quirky but still enjoyable production. If there is a story (which throughout isn’t made very clear) it… Read More

NEWS: Freddie Fox to Play Role of Romeo in Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s Production of Romeo & Juliet

It has been confirmed today that Freddie Fox will be sharing the role of Romeo with Richard Madden, opposite Lily James as Juliet in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s production of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, currently playing at the Garrick Theatre.  Freddie Fox will be joining the cast of Romeo & Juliet for the final weeks… Read More

Further Casting Confirmed for Travesties at Menier Chocolate Factory

Casting has been confirmed for the Menier Chocolate Factory’s revival of Tom Stoppard’s Travesties, which will run at the theatre from the 22nd September until the 19th November.  Directed by Patrick Marber, the production will see Freddie Fox, Amy Morgan, Clare Foster, Forbes Masson, Peter McDonald and Sarah Quist join the previously announced Tom Hollander in Stoppard’s… Read More

Review Round Up…. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Southwark Playhouse

This seven actor production of Shakespeare’s play presented by Go People and Glass Half Full has taken residence at the Southwark Playhouse – but is it worth a watch?  The Telegraph: ** Claire Allfree found that: “This production is always about the actors who are staging it, and never at all about the play.” Evening Standard:… Read More

Freddie Fox to Appear in Go People’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Go People will present a brand new and mischievous production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Southwark Playhouse from the 31st May to the 1st July it has been announced.  The production will be directed by Simon Evan, whose most recent credits include the acclaimed productions of Bug and The Dazzle at London’s pop up theatre Found… Read More