REVIEW: Beneath the Blue Rinse, Park Theatre

Tom Glover’s play successfully and hilariously breaks through stereotypes relating to how people see the elderly. With the news constantly highlighting bad treatment of the elderly in society, it is refreshing to watch a play in which the elderly have the upper hand over those who attempt to take advantage of them – and in… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Beneath the Blue Rinse at the Park Theatre

Casting has been confirmed for Glen Walford’s production, playing at the Park Theatre from the 21st May. Following their production of Spiral last year, Veritas Theatre will be returning to the Park Theatre in collaboration with KEPOW! Theatre with their production of Beneath The Blue Rinse – a comedy about growing old disgracefully. Casting for… Read More

PREVIEW: The Unbuilt City, King’s Head Theatre

Playing at the King’s Head Theatre from the 6th June, casting for the European premiere has been confirmed.  It has been announced that Sandra Dickinson (I Loved Lucy, West End) and Jonathan Chambers (Doubt, A Parable, Southwark Playhouse) will star in the upcoming European premiere of Keith Bunin’s The Unbuilt City, playing at the King’s Head… Read More

REVIEW: Shirley Valentine, New Victoria Theatre

Jodie Prenger makes a perfect Shirley in this one woman play about rediscovering yourself and regaining a sense of freedom, told in a lively production.  Many people who have heard of Shirley Valentine will recall the 1989 film starring Pauline Collins and Tom Conti, but Glen Walford’s touchingly funny and poignant production will still please… Read More

NEWS: National Tour for Willy Russell’s Shirley Valentine Announced

Directed by Glen Walford and starring Jodie Prenger, this new production of Willy Russell’s classic story will celebrate the play’s 30th anniversary.  Opening on the 2nd March 2017 at Bromley Churchill Theatre, this new UK tour will also visit:Birmingham Alexandra Theatre, New Victoria Theatre, Richmond Theatre, Milton Keynes Theatre, Leeds Grand Theatre and Bath, Theatre Royal, continuing to… Read More